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BORA USK!N LW' LIWARY 

OCT 1 2 2006 

FACIilTY Of LAW 
lîHlVERSITY OF TORONTO 



O. Reg. 1/02 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



2002—01—26 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 1/02 

made under the 

OAK RIDGES MORAINE CONSERVATION 
ACT, 2001 

K Made: December 14, 2001 

^ Filed: January 10,2002 

DESIGNATION OF OAK RIDGES MORAINE AREA 

Designarion 

1. (1) For the purposes of section 2 of the Act, the following area 
of land is designated as the Oak Ridges Moraine Area; 

The land designated as Part I on a plan entitled "Plan of the 
Boundary of the Oak Ridges Moraine Area" and filed on October 
22, 2001, with the Office of the Surveyor General of Ontario in 
the Ministry of Natural Resources, containing 190,328 hectares, 
more or less, and being composed of land in the geographic town- 
ships listed in the Schedule. 

(2) Copies of the plan referred to in subsection (I) are available for 
public inspection at the following locations: 

1 . The offices of the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 
at 777 Bay Street, Toronto. 

2. The government information centre located in the Macdonald 
Block at 900 Bay Street, Toronto. 

3. The offices of the Ministry of Natural Resources at 50 Bloom- 
ington Road West, Aurora. 

Commencement 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
November 16, 2001. 



Schedule 

In the County of Dufferin, 
Town of Mono, 

Geographic Township of Mono; 

In the County of Simcoe, 

Municipal Township of Adjala-Tosorontio, 

Geographic Township of Adjala, 
Town of New Tecumseth, 

Geographic Township of Tecumseth; 

In The Regional Municipality of Peel, 
Town of Caledon, 

Geographic Township of Caledon, 
Geographic Township of Chinguacousy, 
Geographic Township of Albion; 

In The Regional Municipality of York, 

Municipal Township of King, 

Geographic Township of King, 

Town of Newmarket, 

Geographic Township of East Gwillimbury, 
Geographic Township of King, 



Town of Aurora, 

Geographic Township of King, 

Geographic Township of Whitchurch, 
Town of Richmond Hill, 

Geographic Township of King, 

Geographic Township of Vaughan, 

Geographic Township of Markham, 

Geographic Township of Whitchurch, 

City of Vaughan, 

Geographic Township of Vaughan, 
Town of Markham, 

Geographic Township of Markham, 
Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville, 

Geographic Township of Markham, 

Geographic Township of Whitchurch, 
Town of East Gwillimbury, 

Geographic Township of East Gwillimbury; 

In The Regional Municipality of Durham, 
Municipal Township of Uxbridge, 

Geographic Township of Scott, 

Geographic Township of Uxbridge, 
City of Pickering, 

Geographic Township of Pickering, 
Municipal Township of Scugog, 

Geographic Township of Reach, 

Geographic Township of Cartwright, 
Town of Whitby, 

Geographic Township of Whitby, 
City of Oshawa, 

Geographic Township of Whitby, 
Municipality of Clarington, 

Geographic Township of Darlington, 

Geographic Township of Clarke; 
In the City of Kawartha Lakes, 

Geographic Township of Manvers; 

In the County of Peterborough, 

Municipal Township of Cavan-Millbrook-North Monaghan, 
Geographic Township of Cavan; 

In the County of Northumberiand, 
Municipality of Port Hope, 

Geographic Township of Hope, 
Municipal Township of Hamilton, 

Geographic Township of Hamilton, 
Municipal Township of Alnwick-Haldimand, 

Geographic Township of Haldimand, 

Geographic Township of Alnwick, 
Municipality of Trent Hills, 

Geographic Township of Percy, 
Municipal Township of Cramahe, 

Geographic Township of Cramahe; 

In the Alderville Indian Reserve 37, 

Geographic Township of Alnwick. 

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O. Reg. 3/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 2/02 

made under the 
LONG-TERM CARE ACT, 1994 

Made: January 10,2002 
Filed: January 10,2002 

Amending O. Reg. 386/99 
(Provision of Community Services) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 386/99 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 20, 2001 . 

1. Subsection 2 (1) of Ontario Regulation 386/99 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(1) A community care access centre shall not provide homemaking 
services to a person unless the community care access centre deter- 
mines that the person is an insured person under the Health Insurance 
Act and is eligible under this section to receive homemaking services. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Eligibility for Personal Support Services 

2.1 A community care access centre shall not provide personal 
support services to a person unless the community care access centre 
determines that the person is an insured person under the Health 
Insurance Act. 

3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
June 5, 2001. 

4/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 3/02 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: January 10,2002 
Filed: January 11,2002 

TAX RELIEF IN UNORGANIZED TERRITORY 
FOR 2001 AND SUBSEQUENT YEARS 

CONTENTS 

Part Sections 

I Interpretation 1 - 2 

II Phase-in of 2001 Tax Changes in 

Residential/Farm Property Class 3 - 5 

III Tax Deferrals for Low-income Seniors 

and Persons with Disabilities — 
Residential/Farm Property Class 6 

IV Rebates to Charities — Commercial 

and Industrial Property Classes 7 

V Gross Leases 8 

VI Rebates for Vacant Units 9-18 

VII Limitation on Tax Increases for 2001 

and Subsequent Taxation Years 19-26 

VII Cancellation, Reduction or Refund of 

Taxes 27 



PARTI 
INTERPRETATION 

Application 

1. This Regulation applies with respect to taxes for 2001 and later 
years for school purposes in territory without municipal organization 
that is not deemed to be attached to a municipality for the purposes of 
taxation. 

Interpretation 

2. (1) In this Regulation, 

"assessment" means the assessment of real property made under the 
Assessment Act, according to the last returned assessment roll; 

"assessment corporation" means the Municipal Property Assessment 
Corporation; 

"commercial property class" means the commercial property class 
prescribed under the Assessment Act; 

"industrial property class" means the industrial property class pre- 
scribed under the Assessment Act; 

"levying board" means a board that levies and collects tax rates under 
paragraph 2 or 3 of subsection 257.7 (1) of the Act or under clause 
257.14 (1) (a) or (b) of the Act; 

"multi-residential property class" means the multi-residential property 
class prescribed under the Assessment Act; 

"property class" means a class of real property prescribed under the 
Assessment Act; 

"residential/farm property class" means the residential/farm property 
class prescribed under the Assessment Act; 

"taxation year" means, in respect of taxes for school purposes, the 
year for which the taxes are levied. 

(2) A reference in this Regulation to an action taken by a levying 
board under a provision of the Municipal Act is a reference to the 
action taken by the board under that provision in exercising the same 
powers and duties of a municipality under the authority of subsection 
257.10(1) of the Act. 

PART II 

PHASE-IN OF 2001 TAX CHANGES IN RESIDENTIAL/FARM 

PROPERTY CLASS 

Definition 

3. In this Part, 

"eligible property" means property or a portion of property classified 
in the residential/farm property class. 

Phase-in of tax changes 

4. (1) The amount of the tax increases and tax decreases from the 
2000 taxation year to the 2001 taxation year on all eligible property in 
territory described in section 1 is subject to phase-in in accordance 
with this section. 

(2) If the total amount of taxes for school purposes for 2001 for an 
eligible property before the application of the phase-in exceeds the 
total amount of taxes for school purposes for 2000 for the property, 
the maximum amount of the tax increase to be phased in is the amount 
of the difference. 

(3) If the total amount of taxes for school purposes for 2000 for an 
eligible property exceeds the total amount of taxes for school pur- 
poses for 2001 for the property, before the application of the phase-in, 
the maximum amount of the tax decrease to be phased in is the 
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(4) For the purposes of this section, the total amount of taxes for 
school purposes for 2000 for an eligible property is the amount deter- 
mined under the following rules: 

1. If paragraphs 2 and 3 do not apply, the amount of the taxes for 
school purposes for 2000 for the property is the amount of 
taxes levied on the property for 2000. 

2. If a supplementary assessment or change in classification was 
made under section 34 of the Assessment Act during 2000, or if 
an assessment or change in classification could have been 
made under section 34 of that Act and the appropriate change 
is made to the assessment roll for taxation in 2001, the amount 
of the taxes for school purposes for 2000 for the property is the 
amount that would have been determined for 2000 if the 
increase in the assessment or change in classification, as the 
case may be, had applied to the property for 2000. 

3. If any taxes for school purposes for 2000 for the property are 
cancelled, reduced or refunded under section 442 of the 
Municipal Act on an application under clause 442 (1) (a), (a.l), 
(c) or (f) of that Act or under section 443 of that Act, 
recalculate the amount of taxes determined under paragraph I 
as if the event that caused the cancellation, reduction or refund 
had occurred on January 1 , 2000. 

(5) The following rules apply to the phase-in of a tax increase 
described in subsection (2): 

1 . The tax increase is subtracted from the amount of taxes for 
2001 that would be determined before the application of this 
section. 

2. The amount of the increase to be included in the taxes for 
2001, as determined under paragraph 3, is added to the amount 
determined under paragraph 1, to determine the amount of 
taxes payable for 2001 . 

3. The amount of the increase to be included in the taxes for 2001 
is the greater of, 

i. 50 per cent of the increase, and 

ii. the lesser of $30 and the annount necessary to fiilly phase 
in the increase. 

(6) The following rules apply to the phase-in of a tax decrease 
described in subsection (3): 

1. The tax decrease is added to the amount of taxes for 2001 that 
would be determined before the application of this section. 

2. Subject to paragraph 3, the amount of the decrease to be 
phased in for 2001 is the greater of the threshold determined 
under paragraph 4 and 50 per cent of the amount of the 
decrease. 

3. The amount of the decrease phased in for 2001 must not 
exceed the amount necessary to fully phase in the decrease. 

4. The threshold referred to in paragraph 2 is the amount that 
would be determined in order that the total of the decreases 
phased in for 2001 for eligible property in the same locality 
equals the total of the increases phased in for 2001 for all eligi- 
ble property in the same locality. 

Communication 

5. ( 1 ) A notice of demand for taxes payable in respect of which 
there is a phase-in under section 4 must indicate the amount of taxes 
that would have been payable without the phase-in, the amount of 
taxes that are payable and the amount of the difference. 

(2) The secretary of the levying board shall maintain a list of the 
2001 tax increases and decreases for the eligible properties in the area 
served by the board. 



PART III 

TAX DEFERRALS FOR LOW-INCOME SENIORS AND 

PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES— RESIDENTIAL/FARM 

PROPERTY CLASS 

Tax deferral 

6. (1) The owner of a property in the residential/farm property 
class is entitled to a deferral of taxes for a taxation year ending after 
December 31, 2000 if, 

(a) there is a tax increase described in subsection 4 (2) that 
exceeds $30; 

(b) the owner or the owner's spouse or same-sex partner occupies 
the property as their principal residence on January 1 of the 
taxation year; 

(c) the owner or the owner's spouse or same-sex partner is, at any 
time during the taxation year, 

(i) a person who is 65 years of age or older and who receives 
a supplement under Part II of the Old Age Security Act 
(Canada), or 

(ii) a person who receives income support under the Ontario 
Disability Support Program Act, 1997: 

(d) the owner or the owner's spouse or same-sex partner was 
assessed as the owner of the property on the assessment roll for 
the previous year; 

(e) if the taxation year is after 2001, there was a deferral of taxes 
on the property under this section for the 2001 taxation year; 
and 

(f) a written application for the deferral, together with sufficient 
documentation to establish entitlement to the deferral, is given 
to the secretary of the levying board, 

(i) for the 2001 taxation year, before March 31, 2002, or 

(ii) for a taxation year after 2001, by July I of the taxation 
year. 

(2) In this Part, 

"owner" means the person assessed as the owner; 

"same-sex partner" means a person of the same sex with whom the 
person is living outside marriage in a conjugal relationship, if the 
two persons, 

(a) have cohabited for at least one year, 

(b) are together the parents of a child, or 

(c) have together entered into a cohabitation agreement under 
section 53 of the Family Law Act; 

"spouse" means a person of the opposite sex, 

(a) to whom the person is married, or 

(b) with whom the person is living outside marriage in a conjugal 
relationship, if the two persons, 

(i) have cohabited for at least one year, 

(ii) are together the parents of a child, or 

(iii) have together entered into a cohabitation agreement under 
section 53 of the Family Law Act. 

(3) The amount of the tax deferral for the 2001 taxation year is the 
amount by which the tax increase in respect of the property, as deter- 
mined under subsection 4 (2), exceeds the amount of the increase that 
is not phased in imder section 4 before 2002. 



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(4) For every year after 2001, the amount of the tax deferral is the 
amount of the tax increase from the previous taxation year. 

(5) Despite subsections (3) and (4), the amount of the tax deferral 
for a taxation year shall not exceed the amount by which 75 per cent 
of the assessed value of the property exceeds the sum of, 

(a) the total taxes deferred in previous years under this section or 
section 7 of Ontario Regulation 509/98; and 

(b) the interest on amounts deferred under section 7 of Ontario 
Regulation 509/98. 

(6) All amounts deferred under this section become due, 

(a) upon the death of the owner, subject to subsection (7); 

(b) upon the transfer of the property; or 

(c) on July 1 of the first year for which the owner is not entitled to 
a deferral of taxes, subject to subsections (8) and (9). 

(7) If the owner dies but the owner's spouse or same-sex partner is 
still alive, the amounts that are deferred are not due as long as, 

(a) the spouse or same-sex partner is alive; 

(b) the property is the spouse's or same-sex partner's principal 
residence; and 

(c) the property is not transferred, other than to the spouse or 
same-sex partner. 

(8) If the owner's spouse or same-sex partner dies and, but for the 
spouse's or same-sex partner's death, the owner would be entitled to a 
deferral of taxes if an application was made in accordance with clause 
(I) (0, the amounts that are deferred are not due as long as, 

(a) the owner is alive; 

(b) the property is the owner's principal residence; and 

(c) the property is not transferred. 

(9) If the owner would have been entitled to a deferral of taxes in 
the taxation year if an application had been made in accordance with 
clause (1) (f). but an application was not made, the amounts already 
deferred are not due if the owner gives to the secretary of the levying 
board by July 1 of the taxation year: 

1 . A written application to continue the deferral of the amounts 
already deferred. 

2. Sufficient documentation to establish entitlement to a deferral 
of taxes in the taxation year. 

(10) Section 382 of the Municipal Act applies, with necessary 
modifications, with respect to taxes deferred under this section. 

PART IV 

REBATES TO CHARITIES — COMMERCIAL AND 

INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY CLASSES 

Rebate to eligible charity 

7. (I) An eligible charity is entitled to a rebate of taxes for school 
purposes for the 2001 and subsequent taxation years on property the 
charity occupies if, 

(a) the property is in the commercial property class or the indus- 
trial property class; and 

(b) a written application for the rebate, together with sufficient 
documentation to establish eligibility for the rebate, is given to 
the secretary of the levying board. 



(i) for the 2001 taxation year, on or before March 31, 2002, or 

(ii) for the 2002 or a subsequent taxation year, on or before 
June I of the taxation year. 

(2) In this Part, 

"eligible charity" means a registered charity as defined in subsection 
248 (I) of the Income Tax Act (Canada) that has a valid registration 
number issued by the Canada Customs and Revenue Agency. 

(3) The amount of the rebate to which an eligible charity is entitled 
for a year under this section is, 

(a) the total of all amounts paid by the eligible charity for the year 
under section 444. 1 of the Municipal Act, as made applicable 
by section 8, if the charity is required to pay an amount under 
that section; or 

(b) 40 per cent of the taxes paid for school purposes for the year by 
the eligible charity on the property it occupies, if clause (a) 
does not apply to the charity for the year. 

(4) The following rules apply with respect to a rebate under this 
section: 

1. The levying board shall pay one-half of the rebate for a taxa- 
tion year to the eligible charity within 60 days after receipt of 
the charity's application for the rebate and shall pay the bal- 
ance of the rebate within 120 days after receipt of the applica- 
tion. 

2. As a condition of receiving a rebate for a year, a charity shall 
repay all amounts, if any, by which the rebates the charity 
received for the year from other levying boards or 
municipalities exceed the rebates from the other levying boards 
or municipalities to which the charity is entitled for the year. 

3. The costs of a rebate of taxes on property shall be shared by the 
levying boards and all other school boards that share in the 
revenue from the taxes for school purposes on the property in 
the same proportion as the levying boards and school boards 
share in the revenue. 

4. The levying board shall pay interest, at the rate determined 
under subsection 257.11 (4) of the Education Act, on the 
amount of the rebate to which an eligible charity is entitled 
under this section, if the levying board fails to rebate or credit 
the amount within the time specified in paragraph I. 

5. No fee may be charged by the levying board to process an 
application under this section. 

PART V 
GROSS LEASES 

Application of Municipal Act, s. 444.1 

8. Section 444.1 of the Municipal Act applies, with necessary 
modifications, as though it formed part of this Regulation, with 
respect to property in territory described in section I with the 
following modifications: 

1. A reference to a municipality in subsection 444.1 (10) of the 
Municipal Act shall be read as a reference to the territory 
described in section I that is within the jurisdiction of the 
levying board. 

2. A reference to a local municipality in subsection 444.1 (13) of 
the Municipal Act shall be read as a reference to the levying 
board. 

3. A reference to property taxes shall be read as a reference to 
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PART VI 
REBATES FOR VACANT UNITS 

Interpretation 

9. This Part applies for the purposes of section 442.5 of the 
Municipal Act, as made applicable by section 257.12.3 of the Act, 
with respect to an area in which a levying board is required to levy 
rates for school purposes under Division B of Part IX of the Act. 

Eligible property 

10. (1) A building or structure on property is an eligible property 
for the purposes of this Part for a period of time if, 

(a) the period of time is at least 90 consecutive days; and 

(b) no portion of the building or structure was used at any time in 
the period of time. 

(2) A portion of a building on property that is in the commercial 
property class is an eligible property under this Part for a period of 
time, if the period of time is at least 90 consecutive days and through- 
out the period of time, 

(a) the portion of the building was not used and was cleariy 
delineated or separated by physical barriers from the portion of 
the building that was used; and 

(b) the portion of the building, 

(i) was capable of being leased for immediate occupation, 

(ii) was capable of being leased but not for immediate occupa- 
tion because it was in need of or undergoing repairs or 
renovations or was under construction, or 

(iii) was unfit for occupation. 

(3) A portion of a building on property that is in the industrial 
property class is an eligible property under this Part for a period of 
time if, 

(a) the period of time is at least 90 consecutive days; and 

(b) throughout the period of time, the portion of the building was 
not used and was clearly delineated or separated by physical 
barriers from the portion of the building that was used. 

(4) The following rules apply for the purposes of subsections (I), 
(2) and (3): 

1. A reference to a period of at least 90 consecutive days shall be 
read as a reference to a period of at least 89 consecutive days if 
the period includes all of February. 

2. The following, in the absence of other activity, does not consti- 
tute the use of a building or structure or a portion of a building: 

i. Construction, repairs or renovations of the building, struc- 
ture or portion of the building. 

ii. The heating, cooling, lighting or cleaning of the building, 
structure or portion of the building. 

iii. The presence of fixtures. 

(5) Despite subsections (1), (2) and (3), a building, structure or 
portion of a building is not an eligible property under this Part for a 
period of time if, 

(a) it is used for commercial or industrial activity on a seasonal 
basis; 

(b) it is leased to a tenant who is in possession of the leasehold 
interest throughout the period of time; or 

(c) it is included in a sub-class for vacant land under subsection 
8 (1) of the Assessment Act throughout the period of time. 



Amount of rebate 

11. (1) In this section, 

"base property" means, in respect of an eligible property for a taxation 
year, the real property whose assessment on the roll returned under 
the Assessment Act for taxation in the taxation year includes the 
eligible property, excluding any portion of the real property, 

(a) that is exempt from taxes for school purposes for the year, 

(b) that is not included in the same class of real property for the 
taxation year under the Assessment Act as the eligible property, 
or 

(c) that is included in a subclass for excess land under subsection 8 
( 1 ) of the Assessment Act. 

(2) The amount of the rebate for a taxation year for an eligible 
property is the amount equal to 30 per cent, if the eligible property is 
in the commercial property class, or 35 per cent, if the property is in 
the industrial property class, of the taxes for school purposes for the 
year for the eligible property, as determined in the following manner: 

1. Take the value of the property for the year as determined by 
the assessment corporation. 

2. Determine the percentage that the value of the property is of 
the assessed value of the base property for the taxation year. 

3. Multiply the percentage determined under paragraph 2 by the 
taxes for school purposes for the base property for the taxation 
year. 

4. Determine the percentage that the number of days in the 
taxation year that the property was an eligible property is of the 
total number of days in the year. 

5. Multiply the percentage determined under paragraph 4 by the 
product determined under paragraph 3. 

(3) If the period of at least 90 consecutive days during which a 
property or portion of a property was an eligible property commences 
after October 3 in the prior taxation year, the amount of taxes for the 
taxation year is determined for the purposes of subsection (2) by add- 
ing the following amounts: 

1 . The amount of taxes that would be determined under subsec- 
tion (2) for the previous taxation year if the only period in that 
year during which the property or portion of the property was 
an eligible property was the period after October 3 during 
which the building or structure or the portion of the building 
was an eligible property. 

2. The amount of taxes that would be determined under subsec- 
tion (2) for the taxation year in respect of the period in the year 
during which the building or structure or the portion of the 
building was an eligible property. 

Application for rebate 

12. (1) An application for a rebate under this Part in respect of a 
taxation year must contain the following information: 

1 . The name of the owner of the eligible property and, if applica- 
ble, the name of the owner's agent. 

2. The address of the real property as recorded by the assessment 
corporation. 

3. The assessment roll number of the real property that includes 
the eligible property for purposes of assessment under the 
Assessment Act. 

4. The dates in the period covered by the application during 
which the building or structure or the portion of the building 
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5. A description of the eligible property, 

i. by suite or unit number and floor number, or 

ii. by a method of describing its location in the building that 
is sufficient to identify the eligible property if it cannot be 
described by suite or unit number and floor number. 

6. The area of the eligible property in square feet. 

7. Any additional documentation the levying board or assessment 
corporation may request to assist in identifying the eligible 
property. 

(2) The levying board shall forward a copy of each application to 
the assessment corporation for determination of the value of the eligi- 
ble property. 

(3) The assessment corporation shall provide the value of the eli- 
gible property to the levying board as soon as practicable. 

(4) The levying board shall calculate the amount of the rebate 
payable to the owner as soon as practicable after receiving the deter- 
mination of the value of the eligible property from the assessment 
corporation. 

(5) The levying board may calculate the amount of a rebate based 
on an estimate of the amount of taxes for school purposes in respect of 
the eligible property and subsequently adjust the amount of the rebate 
when the amount of the taxes is finally determined. 

Recalculation of rebate 

13. (I) The levying board shall recalculate the amount of a rebate 
in respect of an eligible property if, 

(a) any of the taxes for school property are reduced under section 
442 or 443 of the Municipal Act; 

(b) the assessment for the property changes as the result of a set- 
tlement under section 39.1 of the Assessment Act; 

(c) the assessment for the property changes as the result of an 
appeal under section 40 of the Assessment Act; or 

(d) the assessment for the property changes as the result of an 
application under section 46 of the Assessment Act. 

(2) If a levying board pays or credits to an owner a rebate in an 
amount that is greater than the amount determined under a recalcula- 
tion under subsection ( 1 ), the levying board may recover the excess 
amount. 

(3) If a levying board pays or credits to an owner a rebate in an 
amount that is less than the amount determined under a recalculation 
under subsection (I), the levying board shall pay or credit to the 
owner the additional amount of the rebate as soon as practicable after 
the recalculation. 

Deadline extension 

14. For the purposes of this Part, if the assessment corporation 
assesses a property during a taxation year under section 33 of the 
Assessment Act in respect of either of the two preceding taxation 
years, the deadline for making an application under this Part for that 
preceding taxation years is extended to the day that is 90 days after 
the day the assessment notice is mailed to the owner under section 35 
of the Assessment Act. 

Interest on rebate, 2001 

15. (1) This section applies to rebates in respect of the 2001 taxa- 
tion year. 

(2) All interest payable under this Part is to be applied at the same 
rate applied under subsection 257.1 1 (4) of the Act. 

(3) Interest is payable in respect of a rebate if, 



(a) the application is received by the levying board on or before 
April 30, 2002; and 

(b) the levying board fails to pay or credit the owner the amount of 
the rebate to which the owner is entitled by the later of, 

(i) July 31, 2002, and 

(ii) the day that is 120 days after the day the owner provides 
the information required under subsection 12 (I). 

Interest on rebate, 2002 and subsequent years 

16. (I) This section applies to rebates in respect of 2002 and sub- 
sequent taxation years. 

(2) Interest is payable in respect of a rebate for a taxation year if, 

(a) the application is received by the levying board by the last day 
of February of the year immediately following the taxation 
year to which the rebate relates; and 

(b) the levying board fails to pay or credit the owner the amount of 
the rebate to which the owner is entitled by the later of, 

(i) June 30 of the year immediately following the taxation 
year to which the rebate relates, and 

(ii) the day that is 1 20 days after the day the owner provides 
the information required under subsection 12 (1). 

Interest, special cases 

17. (I) If the deadline for applying for a rebate in respect of a 
taxation year is extended under section 14, interest is payable in 
respect of the rebate if, 

(a) an application for the rebate is received by the levying board 
before the deadline; and 

(b) the levying board fails to pay or credit the owner the amount of 
the rebate to which the owner is entitled by the later of, 

(i) the day that is 1 20 days after the deadline, and 

(ii) the day that is 120 days after the day the owner provides 
the information required under subsection 12(1). 

(2) If a levying board pays or credits an owner a rebate in an 
amount that was less than the amount determined under the recalcula- 
tion under subsection 13 (I), interest is payable on the additional 
amount of the rebate if the levying board does not pay or credit the 
owner the additional amount within 120 days after receiving notice of 
the change to the assessment. 

Complaint 

18. The later date prescribed for the purposes of subsection 442.5 
(16) of the Municipal Act, as made applicable by section 257.12.3 of 
the Act, is the later of, 

(a) the day that is 120 days after the levying board receives the 
application; and 

(b) the day that interest becomes payable on the outstanding 
rebate. 

PART VII 

LIMITATION ON TAX INCREASES FOR 2001 AND 

SUBSEQUENT TAXATION YEARS 

Interpretation 

19. (I) In this Part, 

"additional assessment" means one or more assessments made under 
section 33 or 34 of the Assessment Act; 

"uncapped 2001 taxes" means the amount of taxes for school pur- 
poses that would have been payable for 2001 but for the applica- 
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"previous year" means the year immediately preceding the taxation 
year; 

"uncapped taxes" means, in respect of a taxation year, the amount of 
taxes for school purposes that would have been payable for the 
taxation year but for the application of this Part. 

(2) If portions of a property are classified in different property 
classes on the assessment roll, each portion shall be treated as a sepa- 
rate property for the purposes of this Part. 

(3) This Part applies with respect to property in the commercial 
class, the industrial class and the multi-residential property class. 

(4) This Part does not apply to, 

(a) property or a portion of the property to which a payment-in- 
lieu of taxes is required, other than property of a designated 
electricity utility within the meaning of subsection 19.0.1 (5) of 
the Assessment Act or of a corporation referred to in clause (d) 
of the definition of "municipal electricity utility" in section 88 
of the Electricity Act; 

(b) despite clause (a), land, buildings and structures to which sub- 
section 19.0.1 (\) of the Assessment Act appUes; and 

(c) property classified in the residential/farm property class, farm- 
lands property class, managed forests property class or pipe 
line property class, as prescribed under the Assessment Act. 

Determination of taxes 

20. Except as provided in this Part, the taxes for school purposes 
for a year for a property to which this Part applies are determined in 
accordance with subsection 362 ( 1 ) of the Municipal Act and Division 
BofPartlXoftheAct. 

Determination of maximum taxes, 2001 

21. (I) Except as otherwise provided in this section and section 
22, the amount of the taxes for school purposes for 2001 for a prop- 
erty is the amount calculated as follows; 

1 . Determine the amount of the taxes for school purposes for 

2000 for the property under subsection (2). 

2. Add five per cent of the amount determined under paragraph I . 

(2) The amount of the taxes for school purposes for 2000 for a 
property is determined as follows: 

1. Determine the amount of the taxes for school purposes that 
were levied on the property for 2000. 

2. If, in respect of the property, the 1999 assessment roll for 
taxation in 2000 included an amount in the sub-class for vacant 
units and excess land prescribed under the Assessment Act, 
recalculate the taxes determined under paragraph I as if the 
property did not contain any vacant units. 

3. If a supplementary assessment or change in classification is 
made under section 34 of the Assessment Act during 2000 or if 
an assessment or change in classification could have been 
made under section 34 of that Act and the appropriate change 
is made on the assessment roll for taxation in 2001, recalculate 
the taxes determined under paragraph 1 as if the increase in the 
assessment or change in classification, as the case may be, had 
applied to the property for all of 2000. 

If the assessment of a property whose classification is in the 
sub-class for vacant land on the assessment roll for taxation in 

2001 increases as a result of an improvement to that property 
during 2000 and if no portion of any building on the property 
begins to be used for any purpose during 2000, recalculate the 
taxes determined imder paragraph 1 as if the increase in the 
assessment had applied to the property for all of 2000. 



5. If any taxes for school purposes for 2000 are cancelled, 
reduced or reftinded under section 442 of the Municipal Act on 
an application under clause 442 (1) (a), (a.l), (c) or (0 of that 
Act or under section 443 of that Act, recalculate the taxes 
determined under paragraph 1 as if the event that caused the 
cancellation, reduction or refund had occurted on January I, 
2000. 

(3) If, as a resuh of a request under section 39.1 of the Assessment 
Act, a complaint under section 40 of that Act, an application under 
section 46 of that Act, an application under section 447.26 of the 
Municipal Act or a determination under section 447.26.1 of that Act, 
the taxes for school purposes for a property for 2000 are recalculated, 
the amount under paragraph 1 of subsection (2) must be adjusted 
accordingly. 

(4) If, as a result of an assessment under subsection 32 (2) or sec- 
tion 33 of the Assessment Act, the total taxes for school purposes for a 
property for 2000 are altered, the amount under paragraph 1 of sub- 
section (2) must be adjusted accordingly. 

(5) If the levying board cancels, reduces or refunds taxes for 2001, 
on an application made under clause 442 ( 1 ) (c) of the Municipal Act 
or under another provision of that Act prescribed by the Minister of 
Finance under subsection 447.65 (6.2) of that Act, the amount of the 
cancellation, reduction or refiind is calculated using the formula. 



A/BxC 



in which. 



"A" is the amount of the cancellation, reduction or refund of taxes 
for the year, but for the application of this Part, 

"B" is the amount of taxes for the year (without deducting the 
amount of the cancellation, reduction or refund of taxes) that 
would have been payable but for the application of this Part, 
and 

"C" is the amount of taxes for the year that would be payable under 
this Part if no application were made. 

(6) If an additional assessment is made in respect of property, 
other than a property described under subsection 22 (2), that increases 
the assessment of the property for 2001, 

(a) subsection ( 1 ) does not apply to the additional taxes for school 
purposes for the year attributable to the increase in the assess- 
ment; and 

(b) the amount of the additional taxes for school purposes is 
determined using the formula. 



T = CT/NT X CVAT 



in which. 



"T' is the amount of additional taxes for school purposes, 

"CT" is the amount determined under subsection ( 1 ), 

"NT' is the amount of the uncapped 2(X)1 taxes, but does not 
include the amount of "CVAT", and 

"CVAT" is the amount of supplementary taxes for school purposes 
that would have been payable but for the application of this 
subsection. 

(7) Despite subsection (6), the 2001 taxes for school purposes for 
the property for the year or portion of the year in respect of which one 
of the following assessments is made must be recalculated on the 
basis that this Part does not apply: 

1. An additional assessment that relates to a new building or 
structure erected on the property that was, prior to the assess- 
ment, assessed for 2001 as being in the sub-class for vacant 



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land under paragraph 2 of subsection 8 ( 1 ) of the Assessment 
Act. 

2. An additional assessment for 2001 or for 2000 and 2001 or any 
portion of those years, that resuhed in the assessment of the 
property increasing by an amount equal to or greater than 50 
per cent of the assessment on the assessment roll before the 
additional assessment was made. 

(8) Despite subsection (7), if an additional assessment is made for 
the 2000 taxation year in relation to an improvement and, in relation 
to the same improvement, an additional assessment is made for the 
2001 taxation year under section 34 of the Assessment Act, subsection 
(7) does not apply with respect to the additional assessment for the 
2001 taxation year. 

(9) Despite paragraph 2 of subsection (7), if an additional assess- 
ment is made for 2000 and for 2001 , the percentage referred to in that 
paragraph is the percentage determined as follows: 

1 . Determine the additional assessment for 2000. 

2. Determine the assessment on the assessment roll for taxation in 
2000 before the additional assessment referred to in paragraph 
1 was made. 

3. Divide the amount in paragraph 1 by the amount in paragraph 
2. 

4. Multiply the quotient in paragraph 3 by 100. 

5. Add the amounts in paragraphs 1 and 2. 

6. Divide the amount in paragraph 2 by the amount in paragraph 
5. 

7. Multiply the quotient determined in paragraph 6 by the assess- 
ment on the assessment roll for taxation in 2001 . 

8. Determine the additional assessment for 2001 . 

9. Divide the amount in paragraph 8 by the amount in paragraph 

7. 

10. Multiply the quotient in paragraph 9 by 100. 

1 1 . Add the percentages in paragraphs 4 and 10. 

(10) If the percentage in paragraph 1 1 of subsection (9) is equal to 
or greater than 50, subsection (7) applies for 2001 . 

Provision for recoveries 

22. (1) Subject to subsection (4), the levying board shall establish 
the percentage to limit the tax decreases in 2001 in respect to proper- 
ties in any property class subject to this Part, to provide for recovery 
of all or part of the revenues foregone as a result of the application of 
section 21 to other properties in the property class. 

(2) The limit of tax decreases in subsection (1) applies to all prop- 
erties in the property class whose taxes for school purposes for 2000, 
as determined under subsection 21 (2), exceed their taxes for school 
purposes for 2001. 

(3) The amount recovered within each property class, within each 
school locality must be sufficient, but must not exceed the amount 
necessary to provide for the revenues foregone as a result of the appli- 
cation of section 21 to properties in the property class. 

(4) The percentage established under subsection (1) is limited as 
follows: 

1. Calculate the total revenues foregone as a result of the applica- 
tion of subsection 21 to properties in the property class. 

2. Calculate the total difference between the taxes for school 
purposes for all properties in the property class referred to in 



subsection (2) for 2000, as determined under subsection 21 (2), 
and the taxes for school purposes for those properties for 2001. 

3. Calculate the percentage of the amount determined under para- 
graph 2 that would yield sufficient revenues to recover all of 
the foregone revenues calculated under paragraph 1 . 

4. The percentage established under paragraph 3 must not exceed 
1 00 per cent. 

(5) The taxes for school purposes for 2001 on a property to which 
this section applies are determined as follows: 

1 . Determine the taxes for school purposes for the property for 
2000 under subsection 21 (2). 

2. Determine the amount of the difference between the taxes for 
school purposes for the property for 2000, as determined under 
paragraph 1 and the uncapped 2001 taxes for school purposes 
for the property. 

3. Multiply the percentage established under this section for the 
property class the property is in, by the amount determined 
under paragraph 2. 

4. The taxes for school purposes for 2001 are equal to the 
uncapped 2001 taxes for the property plus the amount 
determined under paragraph 3. 

(6) If an additional assessment is made to a property subject to this 
section that increases the assessment of that property for 2001, 
subsection (5) does not apply to the additional taxes for school 
purposes for the year attributable to the additional assessment. 

Determination of maximum taxes after 2001 

23. (1) Except as otherwise provided in this section and section 
24, the amount of the taxes for school purposes for a taxation year 
after 2001 for a property is the amount calculated as follows: 

1 . Determine the amount of the taxes for school purposes for the 
previous year for the property under subsection (2). 

2. Add five per cent of the amount determined under paragraph 1 . 

(2) The taxes for the previous year for a property are determined as 
follows: 

1 . Determine the taxes for school purposes that were levied on the 
property for the year. 

2. If a supplementary assessment or change in classification is 
made under section 34 of the Assessment Act during the year or 
if an assessment or change in classification could have been 
made under section 34 of that Act and the appropriate change 
is made on the assessment roll for taxation in the taxation year, 
recalculate the taxes determined under paragraph 1 as if the in- 
crease in the assessment or change in classification, as the case 
may be, had applied to the property for all of the year. 

3. If the assessment of a property whose classification is in the 
sub-class for vacant land on the assessment roll for taxation in 
the taxation year increases as a result of an improvement to that 
property during the year and if no portion of any building on 
the property begins to be used for any purpose diuing the year, 
recalculate the taxes determined under paragraph 1 as if the 
increase in the assessment had applied to the property for all of 
the year. 

4. If any taxes for school purposes for the year are cancelled, 
reduced or refunded under section 442 of the Municipal Act for 
the year on an application under clause 442 (1) (a), (a.l), (c) or 
(f) of that Act or under section 443 of that Act for the year, 
recalculate the taxes determined under paragraph 1 as if the 
event that caused the cancellation, reduction or refund had 
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(3) If, as a result of a request under section 39.1 of the Assessment 
Act, a complaint under section 40 of that Act, an application under 
section 46 of that Act, an application under section 447.26 if the 
Municipal Act or a determination under section 447.26.1 of that Act, 
the taxes for school purposes for a property for the previous year are 
recalculated, the amount under paragraph 1 of subsection (2) must be 
adjusted accordingly. 

(4) If, as a result of an assessment under subsection 32 (2) of the 
Assessment Act or section 33 of the Assessment Act, the total taxes for 
school purposes for a property for the previous year are altered, the 
amount under paragraph 1 of subsection (2) must be adjusted accord- 
ingly. 

(5) If the levying board cancels, reduces or refunds taxes for 
school purposes for the taxation year, on an application made under 
clause 442 (1) (c) of the Municipal Act or under another provision of 
that Act prescribed by the Minister of Finance under subsection 
447.65 (6.2) of that Act, the amount of the cancellation, reduction or 
refund is calculated using the formula. 



A/BxC 



in which. 



f 



is the amount of the cancellation, reduction or refund of taxes 
for the year, but for the application of this Part, 

is the amount of taxes for the year (without deducting the 
amount of the cancellation, reduction or refund of taxes) that 
would have been payable but for the application of this Part, 
and 

is the amount of taxes for the year that would be payable under 
this Part if no application were made. 

(6) If an additional assessment is made in respect of property, 
other than property described in subsection 24 (2), that increases the 
assessment of the property in the taxation year, 

(a) subsection (1) does not apply to the additional taxes for school 
purposes attributable to the increase in the assessment; and 

(b) the amount of the additional taxes for school purposes is calcu- 
lated using the formula. 



T = CT/NT xCVAT 



in which. 



"V is the amount of the additional taxes for school purposes, 

"CT" is the amount determined under subsection (1), and 

of the uncapped taxes for the year, but does 
Î amount of "CVAT". 



"NT' is the amount oi me uncappea taxe 
not include the amount of "CVAT' 



"CVAT'is the amount of supplementary taxes for school purposes 
would have been payable but for the application of this 



s the amount of supplementary taxes for school pui 
that would have been payable but for the application ( 
subsection. 



(7) Despite subsection (6), the taxes for school purposes for the 
property for the taxation year or portion of the year in respect of 
which one of the following assessments is made must be recalculated 
on the basis that this Part does not apply: 

1. An additional assessment that relates to a new building or 
structure erected on the property that was, prior to the 
assessment, assessed for the taxation year as being in the sub- 
class for vacant land under paragraph 2 of subsection 8 (1) of 
the Assessment Act. 

2. An additional assessment for the taxation year or for the taxa- 
tion year and the previous year or any portion of those years, 
that resulted in the assessment of the property increasing by an 
amount equal to or greater than 50 per cent of the assessment 



on the assessment roll before the additional assessment was 
made. 

(8) Despite paragraph 2 of subsection (7), if an additional assess- 
ment is made for the previous year and for the taxation year, the per- 
centage referred to in that paragraph is the percentage determined as 
follows: 

1 . Determine the additional assessment for the previous year. 

2. Determine the assessment on the assessment roll for taxation in 
the previous year before the additional assessment referred to 
in paragraph 1 was made. 

3. Divide the amount in paragraph 1 by the amount in paragraph 
2. 

4. Multiply the quotient in paragraph 3 by 100. 

5. Add the amounts in paragraphs I and 2. 

6. Divide the amount in paragraph 2 by the amount in paragraph 
5. 

7. Multiply the quotient determined in paragraph 6 by the assess- 
ment on the assessment roll for taxation in the taxation year. 

8. Determine the additional assessment for taxation year. 

9. Divide the amount in paragraph 8 by the amount in paragraph 

10. Multiply the quotient in paragraph 9 by 100. 

1 1 . Add the percentages in paragraphs 4 and 10. 

(9) If the percentage in paragraph 1 1 of subsection (8) is equal to 
or greater than 50, subsection (7) applies for the taxation year. 

(10) Despite subsection (1) but subject to section 24, if the amount 
determined under subsection ( I ) exceeds the uncapped taxes, the taxes 
for school purposes under this Part are equal to the uncapped taxes. 

Provision for recoveries 

24. (1) Subject to subsection (4), the levying board shall establish 
the percentage for limiting tax decreases in respect of properties in 
any property class subject to this Part for a taxation year, to provide 
for recovery of all or part of the revenues foregone in a year as a result 
of the application of section 23 to other properties in the property 
class. 

(2) The limit of tax decreases in subsection (1) applies to all prop- 
erties in the property class whose taxes for school purposes for the 
previous year, as determined under subsection 23 (2), exceed their 
taxes for school purposes for taxation year. 

(3) The amount recovered within each class within each school 
locality must be sufficient, but must not exceed, the amount necessary 
to provide for the revenue foregone as a result of the application of 
section 23 to properties in the property class. 

(4) The percentage established under subsection (1) is limited as 
follows: 

1. Calculate the total revenues foregone as a result of the applica- 
tion of section 23 to properties in the property class. 

2. Calculate the total difference between the taxes for school 
purposes for all properties in the property class referred to in 
subsection (2) for the previous year, as determined under sub- 
section 23 (2), and the taxes for school purposes for those 
properties for the taxation year. 

3. Calculate the percentage of the amount determined under para- 
graph 2 that would yield sufficient revenues to recover all of 
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4. The percentage established under paragraph 3 must not exceed 
100 percent. 

(5) The taxes for school purposes for the taxation year on a prop- 
erty to which this section applies are determined as follows: 

1. Determine the taxes for school purposes for the property for 
the previous year under subsection 23 (2). 

2. Determine the amount of the difference between the taxes for 
school purposes for the property for the previous year, as 
determined under paragraph 1 and the uncapped taxes for 
school purposes for the property for the taxation year. 

3. Multiply the percentage established under this section for the 
property class the property is in, by the amount determined 
under paragraph 2. 

4. The taxes for school purposes for the taxation year are equal to 
the uncapped taxes for the taxation year plus the amount 
determined under paragraph 3. 

(6) If an additional assessment is made to a property that is subject 
to this section that increases the assessment of that property for the 
' xation year, subsection (5) does not apply to the additional taxes for 

hool purposes for the year attributable to the additional assessment. 

Tenants of leased properties 

25. (1) This section applies with respect to a tenant of leased 
premises that form all or part of a property if, 

(a) Part XXII. 2 of the Municipal Act, as it applies under section 10 
of Ontario Regulation 509/98, applied to the leased property 
and this Part applies to the leased premises; and 

(b) the tenant's tenancy commenced on or before December 31, 
1997 and has been continuous since that date. 

(2) This section does not apply if the leased premises are classified 
in the multi-residential property class. 

(3) This section applies with respect to a tenant described in sub- 
section (1) even if the tenant enters into a new lease for the leased 
premises after December 31, 1997. 

(4) No tenant referred to in subsection (1) is required under any 
lease, despite any provision in the lease, to pay an amount on account 
of taxes levied for school purposes for the 200 1 or a subsequent taxa- 
tion year that is greater than the tenant's cap for the taxation year as 
determined under subsection (5). 

(5) The tenant's cap referred to in subsection (4) for a taxation 
year is determined as follows: 

1. Determine the amount the tenant was required to pay on 
account of taxes for school purposes for the previous year. 

2. Calculate 5 per cent of the amount determined under paragraph 
1. 

3. Add the amounts determined under paragraphs 1 and 2. 

(6) For the purposes of subsections (4) and (5), an amount the 
tenant is required to pay under section 444.1 of the Municipal Act, as 
made applicable by section 8, is deemed to be an amount the tenant is 
required to pay under the lease on account of taxes levied for school 
purposes. 



(7) If this section applies with respect to taxes attributable to part 
of a year, the tenant's cap determined under subsection (5) for the 
year must be reduced proportionally. 

(8) If the tenant ceases to lease any part of the leased premises, this 
section does not apply with respect to the taxes attributable to the part 
of the year after the tenant ceases to lease that part of the leased prem- 
ises and this section does not apply with respect to taxes for subse- 
quent years. 

(9) Subsection (8) applies with respect to all the taxes for the 
leased premises and not just the taxes attributable to the part of the 
leased premises the tenant ceases to lease. 

(10) This section does not apply with respect to any part of the 
leased premises that was not a part of the tenant's leased premises on 
December 31, 1997. 

Recouping landlord's shortfall 

26. (1) A landlord may require a tenant to pay an amount on 
account of taxes for school purposes that is more than the tenant 
would otherwise be required to pay under the tenant's lease to the 
extent necessary for the landlord to recoup any shortfall, within the 
meaning of paragraph 3 of subsection 447.71 (7) of the Municipal Act, 
in respect of other leased premises that form part of the property. 

(2) Subsection 447.71 (8) of the Municipal Act applies, with nec- 
essary modifications, with respect to an amount a tenant is required to 
pay under subsection ( 1 ). 

(3) This section applies with respect to a tenant only if, 

(a) section 25 does not apply to the tenant; and 

(b) the tenant's lease was entered into before December 18, 1998, 
the tenant's tenancy has been continuous since that date and 
Part XXII. 2 of the Municipal Act, as it applies under section 10 
of Ontario Regulation 509/98, applied to the property. 

PART VI 11 
CANCELLATION, REDUCTION OR REFUND OF TAXES 

Application for cancellation 

27. (1) An application to the levying board for the cancellation, 
reduction or refund of taxes levied for school purposes in the year in 
respect of which the application is made may be made by a person 
who was overcharged by reason of a gross or manifest error that is a 
clerical error, the transposition of figures, a typographical error or 
similar type of error in the calculation of taxes under this Part. 

(2) Section 442 of the Municipal Act, with necessary modifica- 
tions, applies to an application made under subsection (I). 



James M. Flaherty 
Minister of Finance 



Dated on January 1 1, 2002. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 4/02 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 11,2002 
Filed: January 15,2002 

Amending O. Reg. 580/86 

(Zoning Areas — District of Nipissing, 

Part of the District of Nipissing) 

Note: Since the end of 2000, Ontario Regulation 580/86 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 205/01 and 307/01. Previ- 
ous amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations in the 
Statutes of Ontario, 1991 and in the Table of Regulations 
published in 77ie Ontario Gazette dated January 20, 2001. 

1. Ontario Regulation 580/86 is amended by adding the follow- 
ing section: 

28. (1) Despite clause 6 (2) (b) and subsections 17 (I) and (3), an 
accessory sleep cabin may be erected and used, closer to the lake lot 
line than the principal building, on the land described in subsection 
(2). 

(2) Subsection (1) applies to that parcel of land in the geographic 
Township of Yates in the Territorial District of Nipissing, being that 
part of Island No. 198 in Lake Temagami described as Parcel 25967 
in the Land Registry Office for the Land Titles Division of Nipissing 
(No. 36). 

2. The Schedule to the Regulation is revoked. 

David King 

Acting Manager 

Northeastern Municipal Services Office 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 

Dated on January 1 1 , 2002. 



5/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 5/02 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 



(g) equipment, supplies and services the board requires in order to 
comply with the standards under the Ontario Water Resources 
Act for water treatment and water distribution systems to pro- 
vide potable water. 

Janet Ecker 
Minister of Education 



Dated on July 23, 2001. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 5/02 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 23 juillet 2001 
déposé le 1 5 janvier 2002 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 446/98 
(Fonds de réserve) 

Remarque: Depuis la fin de 2000, le Règlement de l'Ontario 
446/98 a été modifié par le Règlement de l'Ontario 
156/01. Les modifications antérieures sont indiquées 
dans la Table des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de 
l 'Ontario du 20 janvier 200 1 . 

1. L'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 446/98 est modifié par 
adjonction de l'alinéa suivant : 



g) 



le matériel, les fournitures et les services dont le conseil a 
besoin pour se conformer aux normes — établies en vertu de la 
Loi sur les ressources en eau de l'Ontario — relatives aux 
systèmes de traitement ou de distribution de l'eau qui servent 
comme source d'eau potable. 

Janet Ecker 
Ministre de l'Éducation 



Fait le 23 juillet 2001. 

5/02 



Made: July 23, 2001 
Filed: January 15,2002 

Amending O. Reg. 446/98 
(Reserve Funds) 

Note: Since the end of 2000, Ontario Regulation 446/98 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 156/01. Previous amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 20, 2001 . 

L Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 446/98 is amended by strik- 
ing out "and" at the end of clause (e), by adding "and" at the end 
of clause (0 and by adding the following clause: 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 6/02 

made under the 

VINTNERS QUALITY ALLIANCE ACT, 1999 

Made: January 3, 2002 
Filed: January 23, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 406/00 

(Rules of Vintners Quality Alliance Ontario under 

Clauses 5 (1) (a), (b) and (c) of the Act Relating to 

Terms, Descriptions and Designations for VQA Wine) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 406/00 has not previously been amended. 

1. Subsection 3 (6) of Ontario Regulation 406/00 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(6) A vintage year shall appear on the principal display panel of all 
approved wines except sparkling wines, fortified wines and liqueur 
wines. 

2. Section S of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

5. A manufacturer of wine shall ensure that an approved wine is 
bottled in accordance with the following rules: 

1. Glass bottles sized 50, 100, 200, 250, 375, 500 or 750 millili- 
tres, or 1 , 1 .5 or 3 litres, shall be used except that, in the case of 
wine that is to be offered for sale only outside Canada, glass 
bottles of any size may be used as long as the wine is packaged 
for final sale to the consumer. 

2. A bottle sized 375 millilitres or greater shall have a closure 
made of, 

i. natural cork, 

ii. natural pore-filled cork, filled with resin or dust, 

iii. cork composite with natural cork disc or discs, 

iv. cork composite, either particle or agglomerate, or 

v. 100 synthetic material. 

3. A closure described in paragraph 2 shall be solid and cylindri- 
cal, and be inserted in the neck of the bottle, except that a tradi- 
tional T-shaped stopper may be used as a closure for bottles of 
fortified wine and liqueur wine. 

3. Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by striking out "Noth- 
ing shall appear between the designated variety or varieties and 
the geographical indication" wherever it appears in Column 4 
opposite subheadings "1. Single Varietal Wine", "2. Dual Varietal 
Wine" and "3. Triple Varietal Wine" under the heading "Varietal 
Wine" in Column 1 and substituting "No letters or numbers shall 



appear between the designated variety or varieties and the geo- 
graphical indication". 

VINTNERS Quality Alliance Ontario: 



Leonard Pennachetti 
President and Chair 

Paul Speck 
Vice-Chair 



Dated on January 3, 2002. 

6/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 7/02 
made under the 

TRADES QUALIFICATION AND 
APPRENTICESHIP ACT 

Made: August 29, 2001 
Filed: January 23, 2002 

Amending Reg. 1073 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Plumber) 

Note: Regulation 1073 has not previously been amended. 

1. The definition of "plumber" in section 1 of Regulation 1073 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by strik- 
ing out "or" at the end of clause (g), by adding "or" at the end of 
clause (h) and by adding the following clause: 

(i) the installation, removal, maintenance and testing of water 
meters, up to and including water meters with a 25 millimetre 
inlet and outlet. 



6/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 8/02 

made under the 

APPRENTICESHIP AND 
CERTIFICATION ACT, 1998 

Made: August 29, 2001 
Filed: January 23, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 565/99 
(Restricted Skill Sets) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 565/99 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 13 of Ontario Regulation 565/99 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



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Water Meter Installer 

13. (1) Each of the following skills is designated as a restricted 
skill set for the purposes of the Act: 

1 . Engaging in the installation, removal, maintenance and testing 
of water meters, up to and including water meters with a 25 
millimetre inlet and outlet. 

(2) For the purposes of section 12 of the Act, the occupation of 
water meter installer is defined to include the restricted skill sets 
referred to in subsection (1). 

6/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 9/02 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: January 21, 2002 
Filed: January 23, 2002 

Amending Reg. 619of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 

Note: Regulation 619 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. (1) Paragraph 2 of Part 3 of Schedule 32 to Regulation 619 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

Simcoe — Twps. of Clearview and Vespra 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 26 in the 
Township of Clearview in the County of Simcoe lying between 
a point situate 1 30 metres measured easterly from its intersec- 
tion with the centre line of the roadway known as Phillip Street 
in Stayner and a point situate at its intersection with the west- 
erly limit of Simcoe Road in the Township of Vespra. 

(2) Part 3 of Schedule 32 to the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing the following paragraph: 

Simcoe — Township of Clearview 

8. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 26 in the 
Township of Clearview in the County of Simcoe lying between 
a point situate 70 metres measured southerly from its intersec- 
tion with the centre line of the roadway known as Wyant Drive 
in Stayner and a point situate 50 metres measured southerly 
from its intersection with the centre line of the roadway known 
as Bay Sands Drive in Wasaga Beach. 

(3) Paragraphs 3 and 4 of Part 4 of Schedule 32 to the Regula- 
tion are revoked. 

(4) Part 6 of Schedule 32 to the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing the following paragraphs: 

Simcoe — Township of Clearview 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 26 in the 
Township of Clearview in the County of Simcoe lying between 
a point situate 100 metres measured northerly from its intersec- 
tion with the centre line of the roadway known as North Street 
in Stayner and a point situate 70 metres measured southerly 
from its intersection with the centre line of the roadway known 
as Wyant Street. 

Simcoe — Township of Clearview 

3. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 26 in the 
Township of Clearview in the County of Simcoe lying between 
a point situate at its intersection with the centre line of the 



roadway known as Mowat Street and a point situate 1 30 metres 
measured easteriy from its intersection with the centre line of 
the roadway known as Phillip Street in Stayner. 

Brad Clark. 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated on January 2 1 , 2002. 

6/02 , ,., 

ONTARIO REGULATION 10/02 

made under the 

ELECTRICITY ACT, 1998 

Made: January 8, 2002 

Approved: January 23, 2002 

Filed: January 25, 2002 

Amending©. Reg. 164/99 
(Electrical Safety Code) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 1 64/99 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 164/99 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

1. The code issued by the Canadian Standards Association entitled 
"Canadian Electrical Code Part 1, C22.1-02", as amended by the 
document entitled "Ontario Amendments to the Canadian Electrical 
Code Part I, C22.1-02", dated December 18, 2001 and issued by the 
Electrical Safety Authority, are together adopted as the Electrical 
Safety Code. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 25, 2002. 

Electrical Safety authority: 

Robert M. Stelzer 
President and Chief Executive Officer 

Judith A. McTavish 
Secretary 

Dated on January 8, 2002. 

6/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 11/02 

made under the 
VITAL STATISTICS ACT 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 25, 2002 

Amending Reg. 1094 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 1094 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Regulation 1094 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
is amended by adding the following section: 



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63.1 The persons described in this section are prescribed as guar- 
antors for the purposes of section 45.1 of the Act: 

1. Canadian citizens who have known the applicant for at least 
two years and who are currently serving as one of the follow- 
ing: 

i. Judge, justice of the peace, municipal police officer, pro- 
vincial police officer or officer of the Royal Canadian 
Mounted Police. 

ii. Mayor. 

iii. Member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario. 

iv. Minister of religion authorized under provincial law to 
perform marriages. 

V. Municipal clerk or treasurer who is a member of the Asso- 
ciation of Municipal Managers, Clerks and Treasurers of 
Ontario. 

vi. Notary public. 

vii Principal or vice-principal of a primary or secondary 
school. 

viii. Senior administrator or professor in a university or a senior 
administrator in a community college or in a CEGEP in 
Quebec. 

ix. Signing officer of a bank, caisse d'économie, caisse popu- 
laire, credit union or trxist company. 

2. Canadian citizens who have known the applicant for at least 
two years and who are practising members in good standing of 
a provincial regulatory body established by law to govern one 
of the following professions: 

i. Chiropractor, dentist, midwife, nurse, optometrist, pharma- 
cist, physician or surgeon, psychologist or veterinarian. 

ii. Lawyer. 

iii. Professional accountant, 
iv. Professional engineer. 

V. Social worker or social service worker, 
vi. Teacher in a primary or secondary school. 
6/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 12/02 

made under the 

ONTARIO WORKS ACT, 1997 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 25, 2002 

Amending©. Reg. 135/98 
(Administration and Cost Sharing) 

Ontario Regulation 135/98 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



Note: 



1. The definition of "cost of administration" in section 1 of 
Ontario Regulation 135/98 is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 



"cost of administration" means the administrative costs, including the 
costs of staff training, incurred with respect to providing assistance 
under the Act, except for administrative costs otherwise reimbursed 
or cost shared by Ontario; ("coûts d'administration") 

2. (1) Clause 7 (1) (c) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(c) if the delivery agent does not employ a full-time administrator, 
50 per cent of the delivery agent's reasonable costs of staff 
training, as approved by the Director, that form part of the 
delivery agent's cost of administration. 

(2) Clauses 7 (2.1) (c), (d) and (e) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(c) if the delivery agent employs a full-time administrator, 

(i) 50 per cent of the delivery agent's reasonable cost of 
administration, as approved by the Director, incurred in 
respect of assistance provided in a municipality, and 

(ii) 100 per cent of the delivery agent's reasonable cost of 
administration, as approved by the Director, incurred in 
respect of assistance provided in territory without 
municipal organization; and 

(d) if the delivery agent does not employ a full-time administrator, 

(i) 50 per cent of the delivery agent's reasonable costs of staff 
training, as approved by the Director, that form part of the 
delivery agent's cost of administration and that are 
incurred in respect of assistance provided in a 
municipality, and 

(ii) 100 per cent of the delivery agent's reasonable costs of 
staff training, as approved by the Director, that form part 
of the delivery agent's cost of administration and that are 
incurred in respect of assistance provided in territory with- 
out municipal organization. 

3. The English version of section 13.1 of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out ''costs of administration" at the end and 
substituting "cost of administration". 

4. Section 13.2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(6) Haldimand County and Norfolk County may not enter into an 
agreement under subsection (I) that apportions between them the 
prescribed costs payable or to be payable by them under this Regula- 
tion for a period before January 1 , 2002. 

5. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

13.2.1 (I) If, by March I, 2002, Haldimand County and Norfolk 
County have entered into an agreement under subsection 13.2 (1) that 
apportions between them the prescribed costs payable or to be payable 
by them under this Regulation for the period commencing on January 
I, 2002, subsections 13.2 (2) and (3) do not apply to the agreement. 

(2) The agreement becomes effective on January I, 2002, even if it 
is made after that date. 

(3) If the agreement is made afler January I, 2002, it shall provide 
for a monetary reconciliation between the parties. 

6. Section 13.4 of the Regulation is amended by, 

(a) striking out "Arbitrations under sections 13.5, 13.6 and 
13.7" at the beginning and substituting "Arbitrations under 
sections 13.5, 13.5.1, 13.6 and 13.7"; and 

(b) adding the following paragraph: 

6. 1 An arbitration between Haldimand County and Norfolk County 
shall not deal with the prescribed costs payable or to be pay- 



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able under this Regulation by either of them for a period before 
January 1,2002. 

7. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

13.5.1 (1) If, by March 1, 2002, Haldimand County and Norfolk 
County have not entered into an agreement under subsection 13.2 (1) 
that apportions between them the prescribed costs payable or to be 
payable by them under this Regulation for the period commencing on 
January 1, 2002, they shall be deemed to have commenced an arbitra- 
tion on March 1 , 2002 of the apportionment between them of those 
costs. 

(2) At any time before March 1 , 2002, either of Haldimand County 
and Norfolk County may, by serving a notice on the other, commence 
an arbitration of the apportionment between them of the prescribed 
costs payable or to be payable by them under this Regulation for the 
period commencing on January 1, 2002. 

(3) The rules set out in section 13.4 and the following rule apply to 
an arbitration under subsection (1) or (2): 

1 . The final award shall come into effect or be deemed to have 
come into effect on January 1, 2002, and remains in effect 
unless superseded by an agreement under section 13.2 or a 
final award in a subsequent arbitration. 

8. (1) Subsection 13.8 (3) of the Regulation is amended by 
adding the following paragraph: 

6. 1 An arbitration between Haldimand County and Norfolk County 
shall not deal with the prescribed costs payable or to be pay- 
able under this Regulation by either of them for a period before 
January 1,2002. 

(2) Paragraph 12 of subsection 13.8 (3) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

12. That part of the final award in the consolidated arbitration 
attributable to the prescribed costs comes into effect in accor- 
dance with subsection 13,5 (3), 13.5.1 (3), 13.6 (2) or 13.7 (4), 
as the case may be. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 12/02 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1997 SUR LE PROGRAMME 
ONTARIO AU TRAVAIL 

pris le 23 janvier 2002 
déposé le 25 janvier 2002 

modifiant le Régi, de l'Ont. 135/98 
(Administration et partage des coûts) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 135/98 a été modifié anté- 
rieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la 
Table des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de 
/'Onton'o du 19 janvier 2002. 

1. La définition de «coûts d'administration» à l'article 1 du 
Règlement de l'Ontario 135/98 est abrogée et remplacée par ce 
qui suit : 

«coûts d'administration» Les frais d'administration, y compris les 
coûts de formation du personnel, engagés à l'égard de la fourniture 
de l'aide prévue par la Loi, à l'exclusion des frais d'administration 
qui sont par ailleurs remboursés par l'Ontario ou partagés avec lui. 
(«cost of administration») 

2. (1) L'alinéa 7 (1) c) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé 
par ce qui suit : 



c) si l'agent de prestation des services n'emploie pas 
d'administrateur à plein temps, 50 pour cent des coûts raison- 
nables de formation du personnel engagés par l'agent, compris 
dans ses coûts d'administration et approuvés par le directeur. 

(2) Les alinéas 7 (2.1) c), d) et e) du Règlement sont abrogés et 
remplacés par ce qui suit : 

c) si l'agent de prestation des services emploie un administrateur 
à plein temps : 

(i) d'une part, 50 pour cent des coûts d'administration raison- 
nables engagés par l'agent de prestation des services à 
l'égard de l'aide fournie dans une municipalité et approu- 
vés par le directeur, 

(ii) d'autre part, 100 pour cent des coûts d'administration 
raisonnables engagés par l'agent de prestation des services 
à l'égard de l'aide fournie dans un territoire non érigé en 
municipalité et approuvés par le directeur; 



d) si l'agent de prestation des 
d'administrateur à plein temps : 



services n'emploie pas 



(i) d'une part, 50 pour cent des coûts raisonnables de forma- 
tion du personnel engagés par l'agent de prestation des 
services à l'égard de l'aide fournie dans une municipalité, 
compris dans ses coûts d'administration et approuvés par 
le directeur, 

(ii) d'autre part, 100 pour cent des coûts raisonnables de for- 
mation du personnel engagés par l'agent de prestation des 
services à l'égard de l'aide fournie dans un territoire non 
érigé en municipalité, compris dans ses coûts 
d'administration et approuvés par le directeur. 

3. La version anglaise de l'article 13.1 du Règlement est modi- 
fiée par substitution de «cost of administration» à «costs of admi- 
nistration». 

4. L'article 13.2 du Règlement est modifié par adjonction du 
paragraphe suivant : 

(6) Le Comté de Haldimand et le Comté de Norfolk ne peuvent 
pas conclure d'entente en vertu du paragraphe (1) répartissant entre 
eux les coûts prescrits qui sont payables ou qui doivent l'être par eux 
aux termes du présent règlement pour une période antérieure au 
1" janvier 2002. 

5. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction de l'article sui- 
vant : 

13.2.1 (1) Si, au plus tard le 1" mars 2002, le Comté de Haldi- 
mand et le Comté de Norfolk ont conclu une entente en vertu du para- 
graphe 13.2 (1) répartissant entre eux les coûts prescrits qui sont 
payables ou qui doivent l'être par eux aux termes du présent règle- 
ment pour la période qui commence le 1" janvier 2002, les paragra- 
phes 13.2 (2) et (3) ne s'appliquent pas à l'entente. 

(2) L'entente entre en vigueur le 1" janvier 2002, même si elle est 
conclue après cette date. 

(3) L'entente conclue après le 1" janvier 2002 prévoit un règle- 
ment pécuniaire entre les parties. 

6. L'article 13.4 du Règlement est modifié : 

a) par substitution de «Les arbitrages prévus aux articles 
13.5, 13.5.1, 13.6 et 13.7» à «Les arbitrages prévus aux arti- 
cles 13.5, 13.6 et 13.7» au début de l'article; 

b) par adjonction de la disposition suivante : 

6.1 Un arbitrage entre le Comté de Haldimand et le Comté de 
Norfolk ne doit pas traiter des coûts prescrits qui sont payables 



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ou qui doivent l'être aux termes du présent règlement par l'un 
ou l'autre pour une période antérieure au l^janvier 2002. 

7. Le Règlement est modiné par adjonction de l'article sui- 
vant : 

13.5.1 (1) Si, au plus tard le l" mars 2002, le Comté de Haldi- 
mand et le Comté de Norfolk n'ont pas conclu d'entente en vertu du 
paragraphe 13.2 (1) répartissant entre eux les coûts prescrits qui sont 
payables ou qui doivent l'être par eux aux termes du présent règle- 
ment pour la période qui commence le 1" janvier 2002, ils sont répu- 
tés avoir engagé le 1 " mars 2002 un arbitrage portant sur la répartition 
entre eux de ces coûts. 

(2) En tout temps avant le 1" mars 2002, le Comté de Haldimand 
ou le Comté de Norfolk peut, en signifiant un avis à l'autre, engager 
un arbitrage portant sur la répartition entre eux des coûts prescrits qui 
sont payables ou qui doivent l'être par eux aux termes du présent 
règlement pour la période qui commence le I"janvier 2002. 

(3) Les règles énoncées à l'article 13.4 et la règle suivante 
s'appliquent à un arbitrage prévu au paragraphe ( I ) ou (2) : 

1. La sentence définitive entre en vigueur ou est réputée être 
entrée en vigueur le 1" janvier 2002, et demeure en vigueur à 
moins qu'elle ne soit remplacée par une entente prévue à 
l'article 13.2 ou par une sentence définitive rendue dans un ar- 
bitrage subséquent. 

8. (1) Le paragraphe 13.8 (3) du Règlement est modifié par 
adjonction de la disposition suivante : 

6.1 Un arbitrage entre le Comté de Haldimand et le Comté de 
Norfolk ne doit pas traiter des coûts prescrits qui sont payables 
ou qui doivent l'être aux termes du présent règlement par l'un 
ou l'autre pour une période antérieure au 1" janvier 2002. 

(2) La disposition 12 du paragraphe 13.8 (3) du Règlement est 
abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 



12. 



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La partie de la sentence définitive rendue dans le cadre de 
l'arbitrage issu de la fusion, attribuable aux coûts prescrits, en- 
tre en vigueur conformément au paragraphe 13.5 (3), 13.5.1 
(3), 13.6 (2) ou 13.7 (4), selon le cas. 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 13/02 

made under the 

ONTARIO DISABILITY SUPPORT 
PROGRAM ACT, 1997 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 25, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 225/98 
(Administration and Cost Sharing) 

Ontario Regulation 225/98 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



1. Section 5.2 of Ontario Regulation 225/98 is amended by 
adding the following subsection: 

(6) Haldimand County and Norfolk County may not enter into an 
agreement under subsection (1) that apportions between them the 
prescribed costs payable or to be payable by them under this Regula- 
tion for a period before January 1, 2002. 



2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

5.2.1 (1) If, by March I, 2002, Haldimand County and Norfolk 
County have entered into an agreement under subsection 5.2 (1) that 
apportions between them the prescribed costs payable or to be payable 
by them under this Regulation for the period commencing on January 
1 , 2002, Subsections 5.2 (2) and (3) do not apply to the agreement. 

(2) The agreement becomes effective on January 1 , 2002, even if it 
is made after that date. 

(3) If the agreement is made after January 1, 2002, it shall provide 
for a monetary reconciliation between the parties. 

3. Section 5.4 of the Regulation is amended by, 

(a) striking out "Arbitrations under sections 5.5, 5.6 and 5.7" 
at the beginning and substituting "Arbitrations under sec- 
tions 5.5, 5.5.1, 5.6 and 5.7"; and 

(b) adding the following paragraph: 

6. 1 An arbitration between Haldimand County and Norfolk County 
shall not deal with the prescribed costs payable or to be pay- 
able under this Regulation by either of them for a period before 
January 1,2002. 

4. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

5.5.1 (1) If, by March 1, 2002, Haldimand County and Norfolk 
County have not entered into an agreement under subsection 5.2 (I) 
that apportions between them the prescribed costs payable or to be 
payable by them under this Regulation for the period commencing on 
January I, 2002, they shall be deemed to have commenced an arbitra- 
tion on March 1 , 2002 of the apportionment between them of those 
costs. 

(2) At any time before March 1 , 2002, either of Haldimand County 
and Norfolk County may, by serving a notice on the other, commence 
an arbitration of the apportionment between them of the prescribed 
costs payable or to be payable by them under this Regulation for the 
period commencing on January 1, 2002. 

(3) The rules set out in section 5.4 and the following rule apply to 
an arbitration under subsection ( 1 ) or (2): 

1. The final award shall come into effect or be deemed to have 
come into effect on January I, 2002, and remains in effect 
unless superseded by an agreement under section 5.2 or a final 
award in a subsequent arbitration. 

5. (1) Subsection 5.8 (3) of the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing the following paragraph: 

6. 1 An arbitration between Haldimand County and Norfolk County 
shall not deal with the prescribed costs payable or to be pay- 
able under this Regulation by either of them for a period before 
January 1,2002. 

(2) Paragraph 12 of subsection 5.8 (3) of the Regulation is re- 
voked and the following substituted: 

12. That part of the final award in the consolidated arbitration 
attributable to the prescribed costs comes into effect in accor- 
dance with subsection 5.5 (3), 5.5.1 (3), 5.6 (2) or 5.7 (4), as 
the case may be. 



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O.Reg. 14/02 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 13/02 
pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1997 SUR LE PROGRAMME ONTARIEN 
DE SOUTIEN AUX PERSONNES HANDICAPÉES 

pris le 23 janvier 2002 
déposé le 25 janvier 2002 

modifiant le Régi, de l'Ont. 225/98 
(Administration et partage des coûts) 

Remarque ; Le Règlement de l'Ontario 225/98 a été modifié anté- 
rieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la 
Table des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de 
l'Ontario du 19 janvier 2002. 

1. L'article 5.2 du Règlement de rOntario 225/98 est modifié 
par adjonction du paragraphe suivant : 

(6) Le Comté de Haldimand et le Comté de Norfolk ne peuvent 
pas conclure d'entente en vertu du paragraphe (1) répartissant entre 
eux les coûts prescrits qui sont payables ou qui doivent l'être par eux 
aux termes du présent règlement pour une période antérieure au \" 
janvier 2002. 

2. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction de l'article sui- 
vant : 

5.2.1 (I) Si, au plus tard le I" mars 2002, le Comté de Haldimand 
et le Comté de Norfolk ont conclu une entente en vertu du paragraphe 
5.2 (1) répartissant entre eux les coûts prescrits qui sont payables ou 
qui doivent l'être par eux aux termes du présent règlement pour la 
période qui commence le I" janvier 2002, les paragraphes 5.2 (2) et 
(3) ne s'appliquent pas à l'entente. 

(2) L'entente entre en vigueur le 1" janvier 2002, même si elle est 
conclue après cette date. 

(3) L'entente conclue après le I" janvier 2002 prévoit un règle- 
ment pécuniaire entre les parties. 

3. L'article 5.4 du Règlement est modifié : 

a) par substitution de «Les arbitrages prévus aux articles 5.5, 
5.5.1, 5.6 et 5.7» à «Les arbitrages prévus aux articles 5.5, 
5.6 et 5.7» au début de l'article; 

b) par adjonction de la disposition suivante : 

6.1 Un arbitrage entre le Comté de Haldimand et le Comté de 
Norfolk ne doit pas traiter des coûts prescrits qui sont payables 
ou qui doivent l'être aux termes du présent règlement par l'un 
ou l'autre pour une période antérieure au l"janvier 2002. 

4. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction de l'article sui- 
vant : 

5.5.1 (I) Si, au plus tard le 1" mars 2002, le Comté de Haldimand 
et le Comté de Norfolk n'ont pas conclu d'entente en vertu du para- 
graphe 5.2 (1) répartissant entre eux les coûts prescrits qui sont paya- 
bles ou qui doivent l'être par eux aux termes du présent règlement 
pour la période qui commence le 1'' janvier 2002, ils sont réputés 
avoir engagé le I" mars 2002 un arbitrage portant sur la répartition 
entre eux de ces coûts. 

(2) En tout temps avant le I" mars 2002, le Comté de Haldimand 
ou le Comté de Norfolk peut, en signifiant un avis à l'autre, engager 
un arbitrage portant sur la répartition entre eux des coûts prescrits qui 
sont payables ou qui doivent l'être par eux aux termes du présent 
règlement pour la période qui commence le 1" janvier 2002. 

(3) Les règles énoncées à l'article 5.4 et la règle suivante 
s'appliquent à un arbitrage prévu au paragraphe (1) ou (2) : 



1. La sentence définitive entre en vigueur ou est réputée être 
entrée en vigueur le 1^ janvier 2002, et demeure en vigueur à 
moins qu'elle ne soit remplacée par une entente prévue à 
l'article 5.2 ou par une sentence définitive rendue dans un arbi- 
trage subséquent. 

S. (1) Le paragraphe 5.8 (3) du Règlement est modifié par 
adjonction de la disposition suivante : 

6.1 Un arbitrage entre le Comté de Haldimand et le Comté de 
Norfolk ne doit pas traiter des coûts prescrits qui sont payables 
ou qui doivent l'être aux termes du présent règlement par l'un 
ou l'autre pour une période antérieure au I" janvier 2002. 

(2) La disposition 12 du paragraphe 5.8 (3) du Règlement est 
abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 



12. 



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La partie de la sentence définitive rendue dans le cadre de 
l'arbitrage issu de la ftision, attribuable aux coûts prescrits, en- 
tre en vigueur conformément au paragraphe 5.5 (3), 5.5.1 (3), 
5.6 (2) ou 5.7 (4), selon le cas. 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 14/02 

made under the 
DAY NURSERIES ACT 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 25, 2002 

Amending Reg. 262 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Regulation 262 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 1 9, 2002. 



1. Section 68.5 of Regulation 262 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following subsection: 

(6) Haldimand County and Norfolk County may not enter into an 
agreement under subsection (1) that apportions between them their 
prescribed costs payable or to be payable under this Regulation for a 
period before January 1, 2002. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

68.5.1 (1) If, by March 1, 2002, Haldimand County and Norfolk 
County have entered into an agreement under subsection 68.5 (I) that 
apportions between them their prescribed costs payable or to be pay- 
able under this Regulation for the period commencing on January 1 , 
2(X)2, subsections 68.5 (2) and (3) do not apply to the agreement. 

(2) The agreement becomes effective on January 1 , 2002, even if it 
is made after that date. 

(3) If the agreement is made after January 1, 2002, it shall provide 
for a monetary reconciliation between the parties. 

3. Section 68.7 of the Regulation is amended by, 

(a) striking out "Arbitrations under sections 68.8, 68.9 and 
68.10" at the beginning and substituting "Arbitrations 
under sections 68.8, 68.8.1, 68.9 and 68.10"; and 

(b) adding the following paragraph: 

6.1 An arbitration between Haldimand County and Norfolk County 
shall not deal with the prescribed costs payable or to be pay- 



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able under this Regulation by either of them for a period before 
January 1,2002. 

4. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

68.8.1 (I) If, by March 1, 2002, Haldimand County and Norfolk 
County have not entered into an agreement under subsection 68.5 (1) 
that apportions between them their prescribed costs payable or to be 
payable under this Regulation for the period commencing on January 
1, 2002, they shall be deemed to have commenced an arbitration on 
March 1 , 2002 of the apportionment between them of those costs. 

(2) At any time before March 1, 2002, either of Haldimand County 
and Norfolk County may, by serving a notice on the other, commence 
an arbitration of the apportionment between them of their prescribed 
costs payable or to be payable under this Regulation for the period 
commencing on January 1 , 2002. 

(3) The rules set out in section 68.7 and the following rule apply to 
an arbitration under subsection (I) or (2): 

1 . The final award shall come into effect or be deemed to have 
come into effect on January 1, 2002, and remains in effect 
unless superseded by an agreement under section 68.5 or a 
final award in a subsequent arbitration. 

5. (1) Subsection 68.11 (3) of the Regulation is amended by 
adding the following paragraph: 

6. 1 An arbitration between Haldimand County and Norfolk County 
shall not deal with the prescribed costs payable or to be pay- 
able under this Regulation by either of them for a period before 
January 1 , 2002. 



(2) Paragraph 12 of subsection 68.1 
revoked and the following substituted: 



(3) of the Regulation is 



12. That part of the final award in the consolidated arbitration 
attributable to the municipalities' prescribed costs comes into 
effect in accordance with subsection 68.8 (3), 68.8.1 (3), 68.9 
(2) or 68.10 (4), as the case may be. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 14/02 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES GARDERIES 

pris le 23 janvier 2002 
déposé le 25 janvier 2002 

modifiant le Régi. 262 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 262 a été modifié antérieurement. Ces 
modifications sont indiquées dans la Table des règle- 
ments publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 19 jan- 
vier 2002. 

1. L'article 68.5 du Règlement 262 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990 est modifié par adjonction du paragraphe sui- 
vant : 

(6) Le Comté de Haldimand et le Comté de Norfolk ne peuvent 
pas conclure d'entente en vertu du paragraphe (1) répartissant entre 
eux leurs coûts prescrits qui sont payables ou qui doivent l'être aux 
termes du présent règlement pour une période antérieure au 1" janvier 
2002. 

2. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction de l'article sui- 
vant : 



68.5.1 (1) Si, au plus tard le I" mars 2002, le Comté de Haldi- 
mand et le Comté de Norfolk ont conclu une entente en vertu du para- 
graphe 68.5 (1) répartissant entre eux leurs coûts prescrits qui sont 
payables ou qui doivent l'être aux termes du présent règlement pour la 
période qui commence le 1" janvier 2002, les paragraphes 68.5 (2) et 
(3) ne s'appliquent pas à l'entente. 

(2) L'entente entre en vigueur le 1" janvier 2002, même si elle est 
conclue après cette date. 

(3) L'entente conclue après le 1" janvier 2002 prévoit un règle- 
ment pécuniaire entre les parties. 

3. L'article 68.7 du Règlement est modifié : 

a) par substitution de «Les arbitrages prévus aux articles 
68.8, 68.8.1, 68.9 et 68.10» à «Les arbitrages prévus aux ar- 
ticles 68.8, 68.9 et 68.10» au début de l'article; 

b) par adjonction de la disposition suivante : 

6.1 Un arbitrage entre le Comté de Haldimand et le Comté de 
Norfolk ne doit pas traiter des coûts prescrits qui sont payables 
ou qui doivent l'être aux termes du présent règlement par l'un 
ou l'autre pour une période antérieure au l^janvier 2002. 

4. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction de l'article sui- 
vant : 

68.8.1 (1) Si, au plus tard le T mars 2002, le Comté de Haldi- 
mand et le Comté de Norfolk n'ont pas conclu d'entente en vertu du 
paragraphe 68.5 (1) ré(>artissant entre eux leurs coûts prescrits qui 
sont payables ou qui doivent l'être aux termes du présent règlement 
pour la période qui commence le 1" janvier 2002, ils sont réputés 
avoir engagé le 1" mars 2002 un arbitrage portant sur la répartition 
entre eux de ces coûts. 

(2) En tout temps avant le 1" mars 2002, le Comté de Haldimand 
ou le Comté de Norfolk peut, en signifiant un avis à l'autre, engager 
un arbitrage portant sur la répartition entre eux de leurs coûts prescrits 
qui sont payables ou qui doivent l'être aux termes du présent règle- 
ment pour la période qui commence le 1" janvier 2002. 

(3) Les règles énoncées à l'article 68.7 et la règle suivante 
s'appliquent à un arbitrage prévu au paragraphe (1 ) ou (2) : 

1. La sentence définitive entre en vigueur ou est réputée être 
entrée en vigueur le I" janvier 2002, et demeure en vigueur à 
moins qu'elle ne soit remplacée par une entente prévue à 
l'article 68.5 ou par une sentence définitive rendue dans un ar- 
bitrage subséquent. 

5. (1) Le paragraphe 68.11 (3) du Règlement est modifié par 
adjonction de la disposition suivante : 

6.1 Un arbitrage entre le Comté de Haldimand et le Comté de 
Norfolk ne doit pas traiter des coûts prescrits qui sont payables 
ou qui doivent l'être aux termes du présent règlement par l'un 
ou l'autre pour une période antérieure au 1" janvier 2002. 

(2) La disposition 12 du paragraphe 68.11 (3) du Règlement est 
abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

12. La partie de la sentence définitive rendue dans le cadre de 
l'arbitrage issu de la fusion, attribuable aux coûts prescrits des 
municipalités, entre en vigueur conformément au paragraphe 
68.8 (3), 68.8.1 (3), 68.9 (2) ou 68.10 (4), selon le cas. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 15/02 

made under the 

ONTARIO LOTTERY AND GAMING 
CORPORATION ACT, 1999 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 25, 2002 

SUBSECTION 7 (2) OF THE ACT — 
MEANING OF EMPLOYEE 

Meaning of employee 

1. For the purposes of subsection 7 (2) of the Act, 

"employee" means an employee who is a permanent and full-time 
employee of the Corporation. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 16/02 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: January 24, 2002 
Filed: January 25, 2002 

DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY — 
MUNICIPALITY OF TEMAGAMI 

Delegation to council 

1. All authority of the Minister under the following provisions is 
delegated to the council of the Municipality of Temagami with respect 
to all applications for land in that municipality made on or after the 
later of February 1 , 2002 and the day this Regulation is filed: 

1 . Subsection 50 (18) of the Act, to give approvals for foreclosure 
of or exercise of a power of sale. 

2. Section 51 of the Act, to approve plans of subdivision. 

3. Section 57 of the Act, to issue certificates of validation. 

4. Section 9 of the Condominium Act. 1998, to approve or exempt 
condominium descriptions. 

Subdelegation to committee of council 

2. (I) If any authority delegated under section I is further dele- 
gated to a committee of the council or to an appointed officer under 
subsection 5 (1) of the Act, the council shall forward to the Minister a 
certified copy of the delegating by-law within 15 days of its passing. 

(2) The delegation of authority under this Regulation is not termi- 
nated by reason only that the condition set out in subsection (I) is not 
complied with. 

Commencement 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the later of February 1, 
2002 and the day this Regulation is filed. 

Chris Hodgson 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



ONTARIO REGULATION 17/02 

made under the 

SOCIAL HOUSING REFORM ACT, 2000 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 25, 2002 

SOCIAL HOUSING SERVICES CORPORATION 

Definition 

1. In this Regulation, 

"corporation" means Social Housing Sei^ices Corporation established 
under section 140 of the Act. 

Members of the corporation - prescribed housing providers 

2. (I) The housing providers that are non-profit housing corpora- 
tions listed in Schedule 1 are prescribed as members of the corpora- 
tion under clause 140 (2) (c) of the Act. 

(2) The housing providers that are non-profit housing 
co-operatives listed in Schedule 2 are prescribed as members of the 
corporation under clause 140 (2) (d) of the Act. 

Members of the corporation - other housing providers 

3. (I) A housing provider that provides housing under a program 
listed in Schedule 4 and whose membership application is approved 
by the board of directors of the corporation becomes a member of the 
corporation, as provided by clause 140 (2) (e) of the Act. 

(2) A housing provider described in subsection (1) becomes a 
member of the corporation on the first day of the month after the 
month in which the board of directors of the corporation approves the 
application. 

Objects of the corporation - prescribed housing providers and 
programs 

4. (1) The housing providers listed in Schedules 1, 2 and 3 and the 
housing providers that are members of the corporation pursuant to 
section 3 are prescribed as housing providers for the purposes of 
clauses 141 (a), (b), (c) and (d) of the Act. 

(2) The housing programs listed in Schedule 4 are prescribed as 
housing programs for the purposes of clauses 141 (a) and (c) of the 
Act. 

Powers of the corporation's board - prescribed housing providers 

5. (I) The housing providers listed in Schedules I, 2 and 3 and the 
housing providers that are members of the corporation pursuant to 
section 3 are prescribed as housing providers for the purposes of 
clauses 1 42 ( 1 ) (b), (d), (e) and (f) of the Act. 

(2) Those housing providers listed in Schedule I or 2 that are 
required by regulation to meet the provincial requirements under 
clause 93 (2) (f) of the Act are prescribed as housing providers for the 
purposes of clause 142 (I) (c) of the Act. 

Commencement 

6. This Regulation comes into force on the later of the day this 
Regulation is filed and the day Part VIII of the Act comes into 
force. 



Dated on January 24, 2002. 
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Schedule 1 

NON-PROFIT HOUSING CORPORATIONS 



Service Manager 


Housing Provider 


Algoma District Services 
Administration Board 

■j - ■ • 


1 . Elliot Lake Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

2. Michipicoten Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

3. The Township of White River 
Municipal Housing Corporation 

4. Thessalon Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

5. Town of Blind River Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

6. Township of St. Joseph 
Municipal Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


City of Brantford 


1 . Beth-Zuriel Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

2. Brant Community Place Homes 

3. Brantford Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

4. Brantford YM-YWCA Non- 
profit Homes Association 

5. Harmony Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

6. Hotinohsioni Incorporated 

7. Jaycees Brantford Non-Profit 
Homes Corporation 

8. Saint Basil (Brantford) 
Community Homes Inc. 

9. The Governing Council of the 
Salvation Army in Canada/ 
Conseil de Direction de l'Armée 
du Salut du Canada 

10. Slovak Village Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

1 1 . South Dumfries Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

12. Victoria Park Community 
Homes Inc. 


County of Bruce 


1 . Bruce County Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

2. Formosa Seniors Non- Profit 
Housing Corporation 

3. Port Elgin Rotary Non-Profit 
Accommodations 

4. Russell Meadows Non-Profit 
Accommodations Inc. 


Municipality of 
Chatham-Kent 

■'1 


1 . Chatham Hope Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

2. Christian Senior Citizens Home 
of Chatham 

3. Columbus Estates Of Chatham 
Inc. 

4. Corporal Harry Miner V.C. (Ont- 
185) Senior Citizens Corporation 

5. New Beginnings Housing Project 
of Chatham 



Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




6. Park Street United Church 
(Chatham) Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

7. Ridgetown Community Estates 
(Non-Profit) Inc. 

8. Riverway Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

9. Wallaceburg Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 


District of Cochrane 
Social Services 
Administration Board 


1 . Cochrane District Housing 
Support Services Inc. 

2. Iroquois Falls Seniors Apartment 
Corporation 

3. Kapuskasing Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

4. Kenneth Crescent Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 

5. Le Foyer des Aînés 
Francophones de Timmins Inc. 

6. Mocreebec Housing Association 

7. Moosonee Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation Inc. 

8. The City of Timmins Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

9. Timmins Finnish Seniors' Home 
Incorporated 

1 0. Town of Hearst Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


City of Com wall 


1 . Seek Lindsay Seniors 
Residences Cornwall 

2. Cornwall Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

3. Finch & District Seniors Housing 
Corporation 

4. Lancaster & District Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

5. Logement La Nativité 
(Cornwall) Inc. 

6. Religious Hospitallers of 

St. Joseph Housing Corporation 

7. The Alexandria Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

8. The Township of Roxborough 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

9. Williamsburg Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

10. Winchester Non-Profit 
Residence Corporation 


County of Du fferin 


1 . Credit River Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

2. Family Transition Place 

3. Fiddleville (Shelbume) Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

4. Hiwhois Assistance Group 


Regional Municipality of 
Durham 


1. Ajax Municipal Housing 
Corporation 



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Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




2. 


Brock Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 




3. 


Cornerstone Community 
Association Durham Inc. 




4. 


Durham Christian Homes Inc. 




5. 


Durham Region Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




6. 


Gateway Community Homes 
(Durham) Inc. 




7. 


Heritage Community Housing 
Corporation 




8. 


Immaculate Conception Senior 
Citizens' Residence, Port Perry 




9. 


Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) 
Corporation 




10. 


Inter-Organization Resources 
Network Non-Profit Homes 




11. 


John Howard Society of Durham 
Region 




12. 


Life Centre Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation (Ajax) 




13. 


New Hope Non-Profit Dwellings 
(Durham) Inc. 




14. 


Oshawa Branch 43 Legion 
Senior Citizens Manor 




15. 


Prisma Non-Profit Residences 
Corporation 




16. 


Sunrise Seniors Place (Oshawa- 
Durham) Inc. 




17. 


The Oshawa Young Women's 
Christian Association 




18. 


The Participation House Project 
(Durham Region) 




19. 


Unity Village Local 183 Non- 
Profit Homes Inc. 




20. 


Whitby Christian Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


City of Greater Sudbury 


1. 


All Nations Family Housing 
Corporation (Sudbury) 




2. 


Azilda Senior Citizen's Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 




3. 


Capreol Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 




4. 


Casa Bella Senior Citizen 
Apartments Inc. 




5. 


Centreville 1 & 2 Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 




6. 


Friendship Place d'Amitié 
Residence (Rayside Balfour) 




7. 


Gorham's Court Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




8. 


Habitat Boreal Inc. 




9. 


Isles of Innisfree Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 




10. 


La Société des Bons Amis de la 
Vallée Inc. 



Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




11. La Société Nolin de Sudbury Inc. 

1 2. Le Centre D'Habitation de 
Chelmsford Inc. 

1 3. Lighthouse Non-Profit Homes/ 
Habitations à but Non-Lucratif le 
Phare Inc. 

1 4. Place Bonne Entente des Aînés 
de Chelmsford 

1 5. Place Cartier Habitation à But 
Non-Lucratif de Dowling Inc. 

16. Shamrock Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 

17. Solidarity Lodge Senior 
Apartments (Sudbury) Inc. 

1 8. Sudbury Finnish Rest Home 
Society Inc. 

19. Sudbury Y.W.C.A. Brookwood 
Apartments 

20. Ukrainian Senior Citizens' 
Complex of Sudbury Inc. 

2 1 . Unicom Non-Profit Homes Inc. 

22. Walden Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

23. Whitewater Seniors Residence 
(Legion 553) Inc. 


County of Grey 


1 . Garafraxa Non-Profit Homes Inc. 

2. Golden Town Residential 
Community Inc. 

3. Lutheran Social Services 
(Hanover) Inc. 

4. Lutheran Social Services (Owen 
Sound) 

5. Nrudysfy Hillside Manor Senior 
Citizen Housing 

6. Owen Sound Br. 6 Legion Non- 
Profit Housing Corp. 

7. Owen Sound Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

8. Rockcliffe Seniors Complex 

9. The Women's Centre (Grey & 
Bruce) Inc. 


Regional Municipality of 
Halton 


1 . Chartwell Baptist Community 
Homes Inc. 

2. Guelph Line Seniors Non-Profit 
Residential Corporation 

3. Halton Community Housing 
Corporation 

4. Holcro Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

5. Liuna (Hamilton) Association 

6. Milton Community Homes Inc. 

7. Oakville Community Homes Inc. 

8. Ontario March of Dimes Non- 
Profit Housing (Scarborough) 

9. St. Luke ' s Close of Buriington 
Inc. 



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Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




10. 


Tansley Park Community Homes 
Inc. 




II. 


Union Housing Opportunities 
(Peel-Halton) Inc. 




12. 


Van Norman Community Homes 
Inc. 




13. 


Victoria Park Community 
Homes Inc. 


City of Hamilton 


1. 


Ancaster Village Non-Profit 
Homes 




2. 


Artaban Non-Profit Homes Inc. 




3. 


Dundas Valley Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


-■ 


4. 


Ebony Group Community 
Homes of Hamilton 




5. 


First Place, Hamilton 




6. 


Good Shepherd Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 




7. 


Hamilton Baptist Non-Profit 
Homes Corporation 




8. 


Hamilton East Kiwanis Non- 
Profit Homes Inc. 




9. 


Hamilton Portuguese 
Community Homes Inc. 




10. 


Housing Our People 
Economically (Hope Hamilton) 
Inc. 




11. 


ITCA Community Involvement 
Incorporated 




12. 


Lions Freelton Villa Non-Profit 
Housing 




13. 


Liuna (Hamilton) Association 




14. 


Local 1005 Community Homes 
Inc. 




15. 


McGivney Community Homes 
Inc. 


if'' 


16. 


McMaster Community Homes 
Corporation 




17. 


Municipal Non-Profit (Hamilton) 
Housing Corporation 




18. 


Slovenian Society of St. Joseph 
Hamilton 




19. 


Sons of Italy (Hamilton) Housing 
Corporation 




20. 


St. Matthew's House 


* 


21. 


Stoney Creek Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




22. 


Taras Shevchenko Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 




23. 


The Ukrainian Villa of the 
Resurrection Church In Hamilton 




24. 


Township of Glanbrook Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 




25. 


U.N.H. Incorporated 




26. 


Victoria Park Community 
Homes Inc. 




27. 


Wesley Community Homes Inc. 



Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




28. Wesley Urban Ministries Inc. 


County of Hastings 


1 . Aldersgate Homes Incorporated 

2. Bancroft Bible Chapel Non- 
Profit Housing Corp. 

3. Belleville Emmanuel Residences 
for Senior Citizens Corporation 

4. Belleville Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

5. Deseronto Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

6. Marmora District Housing 
Commission 

7. North Hastings Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

8. Thurlow Housing Corporation 

9. Trenton Memorial Lodge 

10. Trenton Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

1 1 . Trenton Ontario Branch 1 10 
Legion Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


County of Huron 


1 . Belmore Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

2. Huron Sands Non-Profit Homes 
Incorporated 

3. Phoenix State 2 Housing 
(Victims of Family Violence) of 
Huron County 

4. Vanastra Lions Club Apartments 
Inc. 


City of Kawartha Lakes 


1 . Fenelon Area Independent 
Living Association 

2. Haliburton Community Housing 
Corporation 

3. Lindsay Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

4. Monmouth Township Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

5. Neighbourhood Housing in 
Lindsay 

6. Staanworth Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


Kenora District Services 
Board 


1. Aamikkowiish Non-Profit 
Housing (1994) Incorporated 

2. Dryden Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

3. First Step Women's Shelter 

4. Hoshizaki House Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

5. Keewatin Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

6. Kenora Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

7. Machin Municipal Housing 
Corporation 

8. Red Lake Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 



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Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




9. Town of Sioux Lookout Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 


City of Kingston 


1. Bridge House (Kingston) 
Incorporated 

2. Kingston Home Base Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

3. Kingston Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

4. Loughborough Housing 
Corporation 

5. North Frontenac Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

6. Porto Village Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 

7. Royal Canadian Legion Villa 
Kingston 

8. Phoenix Homes Kingston 
(formerly Ryandale House for 
the Homeless) 

9. St. Andrew-Thomas Senior 
Citizens Residences Kingston 
Township Inc. 

10. The Elizabeth Fry Society of 
Kingston 

1 1 . Weller Arms Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 


County of Lambton 


1 . Arkona Lions Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

2. Bethel Seniors' Apartments 
Samia 

3. Ozanam Non-Profit Housing, 
Samia-Lambton 

4. Samia-Lambton Berean 
Community Housing 

5. Thedford Non-Profit Housing 
Inc. 

6. Watford Optimist Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


County of Lanark 


1 . Carleton Place Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

2. Clayton Seniors Housing 
Corporation 

3. Mills Community Support 
Corporation 

4. Mississippi Community Ventures 
Non-Profit Housing Corp 

5. Settlers Private Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

6. Tay Valley Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

7. Tayside Community Residential 
& Support Options 

8. The Five Arches Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


United Counties of Leeds 
and Grenville 


1 . Athens & District Housing 
Corporation 

2. Gananoque Family Housing 
Incorporated 



Service Manager 



County of Lennox and 
Addington 



City of London 



Housing Provider 



3. Gananoque Housing Inc. 

4. Leeds & Brockville Housing 
Corporation 

5. Legion Village 96 Seniors 
Residence Brockville Inc. 

6. South Crosby Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

7. Township of Bastard and South 
Burgess Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



1 . Napanee Housing Corporation 

2. Odessa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

3. Picton Seniors Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

4. Quinte's Isle Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

5. The Appanea Wynds Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

6. URCA Housing Corp. 



1 . Argyle Manor (A Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation) 

2. Bethany Christian Residences of 
London 

3. Caradoc Housing Corporation 

4. Columbus Non-Profit Housing of 
Strathroy Inc. 

5. Delaware Lions Non-Profit 
Apartment Corporation 

6. Forest Quarter Family 
Residences Inc. 

7. Glencoe District Lions Non- 
Profit Housing Inc. 

8. Good News Community Homes 

9. Inter Faith Homes (London) 
Corporation 

10. Kinwell Place Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

1 1 . Latin-American/Canadian Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 
(London) Inc. 

12. LI FT Non-Profit Housing of 
London Inc. 

13. London Non-Profit Multicultural 
Residences 

1 4. London Polonia Towers Inc. 

1 5. Lucan Community Non-Profit 
Apartment Corporation 

16. Lutheran Independent Living 
(London) 

1 7. Marconi Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

18. Melbourne Housing Corporation 

19. Mission Services of London 

20. Odell-Jalna Residences of 
London 



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Housing Provider 


'1 ;i ..■ 


21. P. A.M. Gardens, Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

22. Sherwood Forest (Trinity) 
Housing Corp. 

23. Strathroy & District Christian 
Retirement Association 
Incorporated 

24. The Chelsea Green Home 
Society 

25. William Mercer Wilson Non- 
Profit Centre (London) Inc. 

26. Women's Community House 

27. Wonderland Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


Manitoulin-Sudbury 
District Social Services 
Administration Board 


1 . C.A. MacMillan Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

2. Gore Bay Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

3. Little Current Place Non-Profit 
Housing and Elderiy Citizens 
Centre Corporation 

4. Town of Espanola Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


District Municipality of 
Muskoka 


1 . Bracebridge Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

2. Gravenhurst Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

3. Huntsville Legion Seniors Manor 

4. Mactier and District Community 
Housing 

5 . Town of Huntsville Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

6. Trinity (Huntsville) Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


Regional Municipality of 
Niagara 


1 . Branch 393, Royal Canadian 
Legion Senior Citizens Complex 

2. Calvary Seniors Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

3. Central Gospel Community 
Homes Inc. 

4. City ofNiagara Falls Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

5. Faith Lutheran Social Services 
(St. Catharines) 

6. Fort Erie Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

7. Foyer Richelieu Welland 

8. La Résidence des Aînés 
Canadiens Français St. 
Catharines Inc. 

9. Lions Douglas Heights Seniors 
Residence Inc. 

10. Liuna (Hamilton) Association 

1 1 . Local 1 75 UFCW Residences 
Inc. 

12. Lutheran Homes Niagara 



Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




13. 


Niagara Ina Graflon Gage Home 
of the United Church 




14. 


OHSTOiSERl Urban Aboriginal 
Homes Inc. 




15. 


Open Door Concepts Welland 
Inc. 




16. 


Paderewski Society Home 
(Niagara) 




17. 


Ridley Terrace Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 




18. 


South Niagara Gateway Family 
Homes 




19. 


St. Catharines Senior Citizens 
Residence Inc. 




20. 


Stamford Kiwanis Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 




21. 


The Bethlehem Not-for-Profit 
Housing Projects ofNiagara 




22. 


The Niagara Falls Y.W.C.A. 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 




23. 


The St. Andrews Niagara 
Housing Development 
Corporation 




24. 


Thorold Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




25. 


Town of Pelham Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




26. 


Ukrainian Non-Profit Homes 
Corporation ofNiagara 


District of Nipissing 
Social Services 
Administration Board 


1. 

2. 


Castle Arms Non-Profit 
Apartment Corporation 

Habitation Suprêmes North Bay 
Inc. 




3- 


Holy Name Community Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 




4. 


Niska Non-Profit Homes Inc. 




5. 


North Bay Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




6. 


Physically Handicapped Adults' 
Rehabilitation Association 
Nipissing-Parry Sound 




7. 


Résidences Mutuelles (Légion 
225) Inc. 




8. 


Temagami Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 




9. 


Triple Link Senior Citizen 
Homes North Bay Inc. 




10. 


West Nipissing Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation — La 
Corporation de Logement à But 
Non-Lucratif de Nipissing Ouest 


Norfolk County 


1. 


Dunnville Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 




2. 


Brantwood Villa Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




3. 


Kent Park Community Homes, 
Simcoe Inc. 



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Housing Provider 




Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




4. 


Long Point Area Non-Profit 




17. 


Serson Clarke Non-Profit 






Housing Corporation 








Housing Corporation 




5. 


South & Metcalf Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 






18. 


St. Vladimir's Russian Residence 
of Ottawa Inc. 




6. 


St. Paul's Presbyterian Church 
(Simcoe) Non-Profit Housing 
Corp. 






19. 
20. 


Taiga Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

The Muslim Non-Profit Housing 




7. 


Town Of Simcoe Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 






21. 


Corporation of Ottawa-Carleton 

The Township of Goulboum 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


County of 


1. 


Campbellford Memorial 


Northumberland 


2. 
3. 

4. 

5. 


Multicare Lodge 

Campbellford Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

Cobourg Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

Hastings' Housing Corporation 

Northumberland Supportive 






22. 
23. 
24. 


The Township of Osgoode Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

The Township of Rideau Non- 
Profit Housing Foundation Inc. 

West Carleton Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


County of Oxford 


1. 


Anchorage Homes, Services & 






Non-Profit Housing Corporation 








Initiatives Inc. 




6. 


Percy Township Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 






2. 
3. 


Daystar Community Homes 
Drumbo and District Housing 




7. 


Port Hope Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 






4. 


Corporation 

Embro and Area Seniors 




8. 


Trinity Housing of Cobourg 
Corporation 






5. 


Housing Corporation 

Ingamo Family Homes 
(Woodstock) Inc. 


City of Ottawa 


1. 


Asher Christian Seniors Inc. 




2. 


Barrhaven Non-Profit Housing 
Inc. 






6. 


Town of Tillsonburg Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




3. 


Centretown Citizens Ottawa 






7. 


Woodstock Non-Profit Housing 




4. 


Corporation 

City of Ottawa Non-Profit 








Corporation 


District of Parry Sound 


1. 


Affordable Housing Now for 






Housing Corporation 




Social Services 




Parry Sound Corporation 




5. 


Communityworks Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




Administration Board 


2. 


Parry Sound Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 




6. 


Cumberland Housing 
Corporation/Corporation 
d'Habitation de Cumberland 






3. 


The Golden Sunshine Municipal 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 








Regional Municipality of 


1. 


Aghabi Non-Profit Housing Inc. 




7. 


Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter 




Peel 


2. 


Armagh 






(Ecumenical) Corporation 


















3. 


Bristol Road Labourers' Local 




8. 


Ellwood House (Ottawa) Inc. 








183 Non-Profit Homes Inc. 




9. 


Emily Murphy Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 






4. 


Cervantes Lions Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




10. 


Gloucester Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 






5. 


Congress of Black Women 
(Mississauga) Non-Profit 




11. 


Kanata Baptist Place 
Incorporated 






6. 


Housing Inc. 

Edenwood Seniors Village Inc. 




12. 


La Commission de Logement de 
Vanier Non-Profit Housing 
Authority Corporation 






7. 


Federation of Chinese Canadian 
Professionals Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




13. 


LIUNA Local 527 Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 






8. 


Hope Villa Non-Profit 
Residences of North York 




14. 


National Capital Region 
Vietnamese Canadian Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 






9. 
10. 


Indo-Canadian Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation of Peel 

Kancro Non-Profit Homes 




15. 


Nepean Housing Corporation 








Corporation 




16. 


OCISO Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 






11. 


MICBA Forum Italia 
Community Services 











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Service Manager 



City of Peterborough 



United Counties of 
Prescott and Russell 



Housing Provider 



12. 

13. 

14. 

15 

16 

17, 

1 

19 

20 

21 



Pathway Non-Profit Community 
Developments Incorporated of 
Peel 

Peel Multicuhural Council 
Housing Project Inc. 

Peel Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

Shalimar International Housing 
Corporation Inc. 

St. Mary's Senior Citizen's 
Residence Brampton Inc. 

Tatry Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



8. Tinimint Housing Non-Profit 
Inc. 

Tomken Grove Non-Profit 
Homes 

Union Housing Opportunities 
(Peel-Halton) Inc. 

United Achievers Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

22. Wawel Villa, Incorporated 

23. Windsor Hill Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

24. WISMA Mega Indah Inc. 



1 . Aots Community Homes Inc. 

2. Hilliard Park Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 

3. Kairos Non-Profit Housing of 
Peterborough 

4. Kawartha Participation Projects 

5. Kiwanis Club of Scott's Plains 
Peterborough, Ontario, Inc. 

6. Marcrest at Inglewood 
(Peterborough) Seniors' 
Residence 

7. Miilbrook Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

8. OHSTOiSERI Urban Aboriginal 
Homes Inc. 

9. Otonabee Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

10. St. John's Refirement Homes 
Inc. 

1 1 . Sunshine Homes Non-Profit Inc. 

1 2. Young Women's Christian 
Association of Peterborough, 
Victoria and Haliburton 



1 . Casselman Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation-Corporation de 
Logement à But Non-Lucratif de 
Casselman 

2. Corporation de Logement de 
Rockland 

3. Hawkesbury Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



ï 



Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




4. La Résidence Lajoie à But Non- 
Lucratif de St-Albert Inc. 

5 . Logement à But Non Lucratif de 
la Corporation du Village 
D'Alfred 

6. Longueuil/L'Orignal Municipal 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

7. North Plantagenet Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

8. St-Isidore Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation-Corporation de 
Logement à But Non-Lucratif de 
St-Isidore 

9. Township of Russell Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation/ 
Corporation de Logement à But 
Non Lucratif du Canton de 
Russell 

10. Van Kleek Senior Citizens 
Manor 

1 1 . Villa d'Accueil Ste Thérèse de 
Marionville Inc. 

12. Village of Plantagenet Housing 
Corporation 


District of Rainy River 
Social Services 
Administration Board 


1 . Atikokan Crisis Centre 

2. Columbus Place for Seniors of 
Fort Frances Inc. 

3. Faith Non-Profit Housing Corp. 
(Fort Frances) 

4. Fort Frances Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

5. Golden Age Manor (Emo) Inc. 

6. Morley Municipal Housing 
Corporation 

7. The Township of Atikokan Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 


County of Renfrew 


1 . G.T. Seniors Apartments of 
Amprior Incorporated 

2. Killaloe & District Housing Inc. 

3. Kinsmen Court Home for Men & 
Women (Pembroke) Inc. 

4. Opeongo Non-Profit Community 
Residential Development Inc. 

5. Ottawaska Housing Corporation 

6. Petawawa Housing Corporation 

7. St. Joseph Non-Profit Housing 
(Pembroke) Corporation 


City of St. Thomas 


1 . Central Elgin Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

2. Dutton & District Lions Non- 
Profit Housing Inc. 

3. EFBC Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

4. Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes of 
Rodney Inc. 

5 . Menno Lodge of Aylmer Inc. 

6. Port Burwell Family Residences 



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Housing Provider 




7. Port Burweii Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


District of Sault Ste. 
Marie Social Services 
Adininistration Board 


1 . Cara Community Corporation 

2. Croatian Housing Association of 
Sault Ste. Marie 

3. Italian Housing Corporation of 
Sault Ste. Marie 

4. Liuna Local 1036 Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

5. Sault Moose Lodge Housing 
Corporation 

6. The Columbus Club of Sault Ste. 
Marie Housing Corporation 

7. The Lions Club of Sault Ste. 
Marie Housing Corporation 


County of Simcoe 


1 . Angus Legion Gardens Senior 
Citizens Complex 

2. Coldwater Seniors' Apartments 
Inc. 

3. Collingwood Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

4. Coral Non-Profit Homes (Barrie) 
Inc. 

5. Elizabeth Overend Non-Profit 
Housing Orillia Inc. 

6. Mount Lakeview Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

7. Orillia Christian Fellowship 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

8. Orillia Community Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

9. Project 441 Non-Profit Home 
Corporation 

1 0. St. James Court Non-Profit 
Apartments Corporation 

11. St. Mary's Seniors Residence 
Barrie Inc. 

12. The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

13. The City of Orillia Municipal 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

14. "We Care" Non-Profit Homes 
(Barrie) Inc. 


City of Stratford 


1 . Emily Murphy Second Stage 
Residences 

2. Spruce Lodge Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

3. Vineyard Village Non-Profit 
Homes of Stratford 


District of Thunder Bay 
Social Services 
Administration Board 


1 . Beendigen Incorporated 

2. Chateaulac Housing Incorporated 

3 . City of Thunder Bay Non-Profit 
Housing Corp. 

4. Fort William Legion Branch 
No. 6 Housing Corporation 



Service Manager 



Housing Provider 



District of Timiskaming 
Social Services 
Administration Board 



City of Toronto 



5. Geraldton Municipal Housing 
Corporation 

6. Greek Orthodox Community of 
the Holy Trinity (Fort William- 
Port Arthur) 

7. Holy Cross Villa of Thunder Bay 

8. Holy Protection Millennium 
Home 

9. Kakabeka Legion Seniors 
Development Corporation 

10. Kashadaying Résidence 

1 1 . Kay Bee Seniors Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

12. Lakehead Christian Senior 
Citizens Apartments, Inc. 

1 3. Lutheran Community Housing 
Corporation of Thunder Bay 

14. Manitouwadge Municipal 
Housing Corporation 

15. Marathon Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

1 6. Matawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

17. Nipigon Housing Corporation 

18. Red Rock Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

19. St. Paul's United Church Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

20. Suomi Koti of Thunder Bay Inc. 

2 1 . Thunder Bay Deaf Housing Inc. 

22. Thunder Bay Metro Lions 
Housing Corporation 



1 . Kjrkland Lake Non-Profit 
Housing Corp. 

2. New Liskeard Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

3. Royal Canadian Legion Zone 
K 1 and Area Veterans Home 
Corporation 



1. 

2. 
3. 
4. 
5. 

6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 

10. 



127 Isabella Non-Profit 
Residence Inc. 

1 630 Lawrence Avenue West 
Residences Inc. 

A.H.E. Affordable Housing East 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

Abbeyfield Houses Society of 
Toronto 

ACLI Etobicoke Community 
Homes 

Ahmadiyya Abode of Peace Inc. 

AKWA Honsta (Non-Profit 
Aboriginal Homes) Inc. 

Aldebrain Attendant Care 
Services of Toronto 

All Saints Church Homes for 
Tomorrow Society 

Anduhyaun Inc. 



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I 



Housing Provider 



1 1 . Artscape Non-Profït Homes Inc. 

1 2. Athens Villa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation of Toronto 

13. Avenel Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

14. Bazaar Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

15. Bello Horizonte Non-Profit 
Homes Corp. 

16. Blue Danube Housing 
Development (Ontario) Inc. 

17. B'Nai Brith Canada Family 
Housing Program (Charles- 
Hayden) Inc. 

18. B'Nai Brith Canada Senior 
Citizen's Residential Program 

19. Bonar-Parkdale Senior Citizens 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

20. Brookbanks Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 

2 1 . Canadian Martyrs Seniors' 
Residence East York, Inc. 

22. Canrise Non-Profit Housing Inc. 

23. Casa Abruzzo Benevolent 
Corporation 

24. Central King Seniors Residence 

25. Chinese Evergreen Non-Profit 
Homes (Metro Toronto) Corp. 

26. Churchof the Master Homes 
Corporation 

27. Deep Quong Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 

28. Dixon Neighbourhood Homes 
Incorporated 

29. Dorothy Klein Seniors Housing 
Incorporated 

30. Ecuhome Corporation 

3 1 . Emmanual Lutheran Manor 
Victoria Village 

32. Espérance Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 

33. Estonian Relief Committee Non- 
Profit Residences Corp. 

34. Evangel Hall Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

35. Family Action Network Housing 
Corporation (Ontario) 

36. First Erdeiyi Non-Profit Housing 
Corp. 

37. Fred Victor Centre 

38. Grace Communities Corporation 
— Communautés Grace 
Corporation 

39. Habayit Shelanu Seniors 
Residences Corporation 

40. Hellenic Home for the Aged Inc. 

4 1 . Homes First Society 



Service Manager 



Housing Provider 



42. House of Compassion of Toronto 

43. Houses Opening Today Toronto 
Inc. 

44. Humbervale Christian Outreach 
Foundation Inc. 

45. Ibercan Homes Non-Profit 
Corporation 

46. Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) 
Corporation 

47. Interchurch Community Housing 
Corporation 

48. International Relief Agency Inc. 

49. Italian Canadian Benevolent 
Seniors Apartment Corporation 

50. Jack Goodlad Senior Citizens 

5 1 . Kingsway-Lambton Homes for 
Seniors Inc. 

52. Knight's Village Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 

53. Las Flores Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

54. Loyola Arrupe Corporation 

55. Loyola Arrupe Phase II Inc. 

56. Maple Leaf Drive Seniors Non- 
profit Residential Corporation 

57. Mary Lambert Swale Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 

58. Masaryktown Non-Profit 
Residences Inc. 

59. McClintock Manor — Nisbet 
Lodge 

60. Micah Homes Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

61 . Myrmex Non-Profit Homes Inc. 

62. Northminster Residences of 
Toronto 

63. Old York Tower Non-Profit 
Seniors Housing 

64. Operating Engineers Local 793 
Non-Profit Housing Inc. 

65. Operation Springboard 

66. Our Lady Of Victory Senior 
Citizen's Residence (York) Inc. 

67. Our Saviour Thistletown 
Lutheran Lodge 

68. Performing Arts Lodges 
(Ontario) Inc. 

69. Rakoczi Villa 

70. Richview Baptist Foundation 

7 1 . Riverdale Housing Action Group 
Corporation 

72. Riverdale United Non-Profit 
Homes 

73. Robin Gardner Voce Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 



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Housing Provider 




74. 


St. John's Polish National 
Catholic Cathedral Residential 
Corp. 




75. 


St. Margaret Community, 
Scarborough 




76. 


St. Mark's (Don Mills) Non- 
Profit Housing Corp. 




77. 


START 103 Non-Pro fit Homes 
Corporation 




78. 


Stephenson Senior Link Homes 




79. 


Swansea Town Hall Residences 




80. 


Tahanan Non-Profit Homes 
Corporation 




81. 


Terra Bella Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation of Ontario 




82. 


The St. Hilda's Towers' Lewis 
Gamsworthy Residence 




83. 


The St. Margaret's Towers Inc. 




84. 


Tobias House of Toronto — 
Caring for People in the Spirit of 
Saint Francis Incorporated 




85. 


Toronto Christian Resource 
Centre Self-Help Inc. 




86. 


Toronto Housing Company Inc. 




87. 


Toronto Refugee Community 
Non-Profit Homes and Services 




88. 


Victoria-Shuter Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




89. 


Vila Caspar Corte Real Inc. 




90. 


Villa Otthon 




91. 


VincentPaul Family Homes 
Corporation 




92. 


Walton Place (Scarborough) Inc. 




93. 


Westminster Court Senior 
Citizens Housing Corporation of 
East York 




94. 


Wigwamen Incorporated 




95. 


Wilmar Heights United Church 
Non-Profit Homes 




96. 


Woodgreen Community Housing 
Inc. 




97. 


Woodgreen Settlement 
Corporation 




98. 


Young Women's Christian 
Association of Greater Toronto 




99. 


YSM Genesis Place Homes Inc. 


Regional Municipality of 


1. 


Better Canada Homes Non-Profit 


Waterloo 




Corporation 




2. 


Cambridge Kiwanis Village 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 




3. 


Cambridge Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 




4. 


Cypriot Homes of The 
Kitchener- Waterloo Area 




5. 


House of Friendship of Kitchener 



Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




6. Kitchener Alliance Community 
Homes Inc. 

7. Kitchener Housing Inc. 

8. Kitchener- Waterloo Young 
Women's Christian Association 

9. Lusitania Villas of Cambridge 
Incorporated 

10. Maple Heights Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

1 1 . Pablo Neruda Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

12. Senioren Haus Concordia Inc. 

1 3 . Shehrazad Non-Profit Housing 
Inc. 

14. Slavonia-Croatian Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 

15. St. John's Senior Citizens' Home 

16. The Hellenic Community of 
Kitchener- Waterioo and Suburbs 
Housing Inc. 

1 7. Victoria Park Community 
Homes Inc. 

18. Village Lifestyles Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 

1 9. Waterioo Region Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


County of Wellington 


1 . Abbeyfield Houses Society of 
Guelph 

2. Clifford Housing Corporation 

3. Eramosa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

4. Gerousia Inc. 

5. Grand River Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

6. Guelph Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

7. Guelph Services for Persons with 
Disabilities 

8. Maryborough Township Housing 
Corporation 

9. Matrix Affordable Homes for the 
Disadvantaged Inc. 

10. Mount Forest Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

11. New Hope N.P.H.C. (Rural 
North Wellington) 

1 2. Township of Erin Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

13. Upbuilding Non-Profit Homes 
(Guelph) Inc. 

14. Victor Davis Memorial Court 
Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


City of Windsor 


1 . Ambassador Huron Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

2. Amherstburg Non-Profit Seniors 
Housing Corporation 



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Service Manager 



Housing Provider 



Regional Municipality of 
York 



3. City of Windsor Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

4. Drouillard Place Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

5. Glengarry Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

6. Glengarry Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation (Phase II) 

7. Grachanica Non-profit Housing 
Corporation 

8. Heimathof Retirement Home Inc. 

9. Homeland Non-Profit Housing 
Complex Inc. 

10. KA WAH Community Housing 
Windsor 

11. La Résidence Richelieu Windsor 
Inc. 

1 2. Labour Community Service 
Centre of Windsor & Essex 
County Inc. 

1 3. Leamington Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

14. Legion Senior Housing 
(Kingsville) Inc. 

15. Parkwood Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation (Windsor) 

16. Pillette Green Community 
Housing Corporation 

17. River Park Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation (Windsor) 

18. Ryegate (Tecumseh) 
Co-Operative Homes Inc. 

19. St. Angela Non-Profit Housing 
Corp. of Windsor 

20. St. John's Anglican Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

21. T.W.C. Development 
Corporation 

22. Villa Ciociara Senior Citizens 
Apartments Corporation 

23. Windsor Coalition Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 

24. Windsor Y Residence Inc. 



1 . Branch 414 Legion Village Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

2. Calvary House (Markham) Corp. 

3. Davis Drive Non-Profit Homes 
Corp. 

4. Friuli Benevolent Corporation 

5. German-Canadian Housing of 
Newmarket Inc. 

6. Hagerman Comers Community 
Homes Inc. 

7. Holy Trinity Non-Profit 
Residences York 

8. Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) 
Corporation 



Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




9. 


Ja'fari Islamic Housing 
Corporation 




10. 


Jubilee Garden Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




11. 


Kinsmen Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation, (Richmond Hill) 




12. 


Lutheran Social Services 
(Hanover) Inc. 




13. 


Oakwil Non-Profit Homes 
Corporation 




14. 


OHR Somayach Residential 
Centre Inc. 




15. 


Our Lady of Smolensk Russian 
Orthodox Retirement Centre 




16. 


Prophetic Non-Profit (Richmond 
Hill) Inc. 




17. 


Region of York Housing 
Corporation 




18. 


Richmond Hill Ecumenical 
Homes Corporation 




19. 


Robinson Street Non-Profit 
Homes (Markham) Inc. 




20. 


Schomberg Lions Club Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 




21. 


St. Peter's Seniors' Residence 
Woodbridge Inc. 




22. 


The City of Vaughan Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




23. 


Thomhill St. Luke's Seniors 
Home Inc. 




24. 


Transitional and Supportive 
Housing Service of York Region 




25. 


United Church Developments 
(York Presbytery) 




26. 


Water Street Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 



Schedule 2 
NON-PROFIT HOUSING CO-OPERATIVES 



Service Manager 


Housing Provider 


CityofBrantford 


1 . Saorsie Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

2. Westglen Co-operative Homes 
of Brantford Inc. 


Municipality of 
Chatham-Kent 


1 . Clairvue Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 

2. Labourview Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


District of Cochrane 
Social Services 
Administration Board 


1 . Kaleidoscope Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

2. Les Maisons Co-operative des 
Pins Gris Inc. 

3. Tisdale Whitney Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


City of Cornwall 


1 . Royal Oaks Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 



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Service Manager 


Housing Provider 


County of Dufferin 


1 . Dufferin Gardens Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

2. Lavender Lane Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


Regional Municipality 
of Durham 


1 . Borelia Co-operative Homes 
Incorporated 

2. Bowmanville Valley 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 

3. Consideration Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

4. Duffin's Creek Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

5. Harmony-King Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

6. Maple Glen Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

7. Marigold Co-operative Homes 
Incorporated 

8. North view Meadow 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 

9. Otter Creek Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

10. Rougemount Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

1 1 . Sunrise Place Housing 
Co-operative Incorporated 

1 2. William Peak Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

13. Willow Park Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


City of Greater Sudbury 


1 . Ashwood Co-operative Homes 
Incorporated 

2. Balfour Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

3. Co-operative Homes of 
Prosperity and Equality Inc. 

4. Guhbawin Co-operative 
Housing Incorporated 

5. Horizon Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

6. La Co-operative d'Habitation 
Antigonish Inc. 

7. Les Maisons Co-operative Val 
Caron Inc. 

8. Maisons Co-operative 
St. Jacques Inc. 

9. Palace Place Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

10. Prism Co-operative Homes Inc. 

1 1 . Raiffeisen Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

12. Rockview Seniors Co-operative 
Homes Incorporated 

1 3. Silo Co-operative Homes/ 
Coopérative d'Habitation Silo 
Inc. 



Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




14. Springhill Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 


Regional Municipality 
of Halton 


1 . Birch Glen Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

2. Cobblehill Homes Co-operative 
Inc. 

3. Don Quixote Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

4. Glen Oaks Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

5. Mariposa Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

6. Nelson Co-operative Homes Inc. 

7. Stoa Co-operative Homes 


City of Hamilton 


1 . Andes Heritage Co-operative 
Inc. 

2. Corktown Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

3. Halam Park Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

4. Los Andes of Hamilton 
Co-operative Inc. 

5. Meridian Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

6. Southern Lights Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

7. Stone worth Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

8. Tabby Town Urban Housing 
Co-operative Corporation 

9. Women's Community 
Co-operative Inc. 


County of Hastings 


1 . Trent-Moira Co-operative 
Estates Inc. 


County of Huron 


1 . Exandarea Meadows Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


City of Kingston 


1 . Kingston Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

2. Lois Miller Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 


County of Lambton 


1 . Faethome Place Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


United Counties of 
Leeds and Grenville 


1 . Shepherd's Green Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


City of London 


1 . 50 Plus Housing Co-operative of 
London, Ontario Inc. 

2. Artisan Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

3. Bona venture Place Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

4. Bridge End Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

5. Country Spirit Co-operative 
Homes of London Inc. 



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Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




6. 


Delta Place Co-operative Homes 
of London Inc. 




18. 


Regatta Place Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


,.!-■ t ■■ .\ri..- : 


7. 


Genesis (London) Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 






19. 


Shriner's Creek Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




8. 


Gilzean's Creek Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 






20. 


Skyline Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 


; ■ ,■ ■ ■ .. . 


9. 


London Town Co-operative 
Hotnes Inc. 






21. 


St. Charles Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




10. 


St. Martin's Co-operative 
Homes of London Inc. 






22. 


Village Glen Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




11. 


Tanglewood Orchard 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 






23. 


Vineyard Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




12. 


The Oaklands Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 






24. 


Watermark Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




13. 


The Spirit of 1919 Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 






25. 


Westwood Place Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




14. 
15. 
16. 


Tolpuddle Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 

Whiteoak Heritage Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

Windy Woods Co-operative 
Homes of London Inc. 






26. 


Woodrose Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 


County of 
Northumberland 


1 . Sutherland Place Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


City of Ottawa 


1. 

2. 
3. 


Better Living Residential 
Co-operative Inc. 

Cardinus Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 

Carpenter Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 


District Municipality of 
Muskoka 


1 . Bethune Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 


Regional Municipality 
of Niagara 


1. 


Agnes MacPhail Women's 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




2. 


Arbour Village Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 






4. 


Cartier Square Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




3. 


Border Towne Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 






5. 


Conservation Co-operative 
Homes Incorporated 




4. 


Briar Rose Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 






6. 


Coopérative d'Habitation Côte 
Est Inc. 




5. 


Brookside Village Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 






7. 


Co-operative d'Habitation 
Desloges Inc. 




6. 

7. 

8. 

9. 
10. 


Commonwealth Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

Coopérative d'Habitation 
Beauparlant Inc. 

Crystal Beach Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

Dove Co-operative Homes Inc. 

Greenvale Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 






8. 

9. 
10. 

11. 


Coopérative d'Habitation 
St. Georges Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

Coopérative d'Habitation 
Voisins Inc. 

Dalhousie Non-Profit Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

Dobbin Housing Co-operative 
Incorporated 


' 


11. 

12. 


Meadowgreen Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

Mel Swart Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 






12. 
13. 


Eagleson Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

Glenn Haddrell Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


^- ^ 


13. 
14. 


Moonstone Co-operative Homes 

Northtown Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 






14. 
15. 


Hazeldean Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

Kanata Co-operative Homes Inc. 


, _.,-; ■• 


15. 

16. 

17. 


People's Choice Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

Pinecroft Co-operative Homes 

Port Colbome Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 






16. 
17. 
18. 


Lao Village Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

Mario de Giovanni Housing 
Co-operatives Inc. 

Tannenhof Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 











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Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




19. 


The Shefford Heritage Housing 
Co-operative Incorporated 




20. 


Yule Manor Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


County of Oxford 


1. 


Adam Oliver Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




2. 


Dereham Forge Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




3. 


Percy Heights Co-operative Inc. 


Regional Municipality 
of Peel 


1. 


Ahneen Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




2. 


Barbertown Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




3. 


Bayanihan Non-Profit 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




4. 


Britannia Glen Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




5. 


Chegoggin Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




6. 


Dan Benedict Co-operative 
Homes Corporation 




7. 


Erin Court Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




8. 


Fletchers' Creek Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




9. 


Forestwood Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




10. 


International Ladies Garment 
Workers Union Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




11. 


Las Americas Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




12. 


Lom Nava Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




13. 


Northwood Park Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




14. 


Tannery Gate Tower 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




15. 


Yarl Co-operative Homes Inc. 


City of Peterborough 


1. 


LETA Brownscombe 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 


City of St. Thomas 


1. 


Elmview Estates Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




2. 


Meadowdale Community 
Housing Co-operative Inc. 




3. 


Pinafore Station Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




4. 


Troy Village Housing Co-op 
Incorporated 


District of Sault Ste. 
Marie Social Services 
Administration Board 


1. 

2. 


Haldimand Co-operative 
Housing Corporation 

La Co-operative d'Habitation la 
Chaumière Inc. 




3. 


Orion Co-operative Housing 
Corporation 



Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




4. 


Pawating Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




5. 


Vesta Co-operative Homes Inc. 


County of Simcoe 


I. 


Gateway Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




2. 


Javelin Co-operative Homes Inc. 




3. 


Matthew Co-operative Housing 
Inc. 




4. 


Nottawasaga Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




5. 


Quaker Hill Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


City of Stratford 


I. 


Banbury Cross Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




2. 


Bard-of-Avon Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




3. 


Festival City Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




4. 


Little Falls Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 


City of Toronto 


I. 


2 Mascot Place Co-operative 
Homes Incorporated 




2. 


15ThomcHffePark 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




3. 


55 Howard Park Avenue 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




4. 


91 Spencer Avenue 
Co-operative Homes 
Incorporated 




5. 


Almise Co-operative Homes Inc. 




6. 


Ascot Co-operative Homes Inc. 




7. 


Atahualpa Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




8. 


Barsa Kelly/Cari-Can 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




9. 


Bellamy Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




10. 


Birmingham Homes 
Co-operative Inc. 




11. 


Birtch Place Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




12, 


Brimell Court Co-operative 
Housing Inc. 




13. 


Broadview Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




14. 


Chord Housing Co-operative 
Incorporated 


• 


15. 


City Park Co-operative 
Apartments Inc. 




16. 


Clintwood Non-Profit Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




17. 


Courtland Mews Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




18. 


Duncan Mills Labourers' Local 
183 Co-operative Homes Inc. 



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171 



Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




19. 


Edgeview Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




20. 


Emescliffe Non-Profit Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




21. 


Forty-Third Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


- 


22. 


Gardenview Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




23. 


Glen Gardens Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




24. 


Glen Park Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




25. 


Grace Hartman Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


;• 


26. 


Harbour Channel Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




27. 


Harmony Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




28. 


Harry Sherman Crowe Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




29. 


Hickory Tree Road Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




30. 


Hospital Workers Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




31 


Innstead Co-operative Inc. 


_- ' ■ -'- 


32. 


Jarvis-George Housing 






Co-operative Inc. 




33. 


Jenny Green Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


••' ■ I Î 


34. 


La Paz Co-operative Homes Inc. 




35. 


Lakeshore Gardens Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


■ 


36. 


Lakeshore Village Artists' 
Co-operative Inc. 




37. 


Liberty Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




38. 


Margaret Laurence Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




39. 


Marketview Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




40. 


Maurice Coulter Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




41. 


Metta Housing Co-operative Inc. 




42. 


Mimico Co-operative Homes 
Incorporated 




43. 


Moshav Noam Non-Profit 
Co-operative Housing 
Corporation 




44. 


Muriel Collins Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




45. 


Nakiska Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




46. 


New Hibret Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 



Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




47. 


Niagara Neighbourhood 
Housing Co-operative 
Incorporated 




48. 


Orchard Grove Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




49. 


Our Saviour Thistletown 
Lutheran Lodge 




50. 


OWN Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




51. 


Palisades Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




52. 


Peggy and Andrew Brewin 
Housing Co-operative Inc. 




53. 


Peregrine Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




54. 


Ridelle Co-operative Homes Inc. 




55. 


Riverdale Co-operative Houses 




56. 


Robert Cooke Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




57. 


Scarborough Heights 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




58. 


Secord Avenue Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




59. 


Tamil Co-operative Homes 




60. 


Taylor Creek Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




61. 


Terrace Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




62. 


Ujamaa Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




63. 


Upwood Park/Salvador Del 
Mundo Co-operative Homes Inc. 




64. 


West Rouge Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




65. 


Wilcox Creek Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




66. 


Willmar Eight Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




67. 


Willow Glen Co-operative Inc. 




68. 


Wobum Village Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




69. 


Wood Tree Co-operative 
Incorporated 


Regional Municipality 
ofWaterioo 


1. 


Beechwood Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




2. 


Changemakers Co-operative 
Homes (Kitchener) Inc. 




3. 


Clarion Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




4. 


Highland Homes Co-operative 
Inc. 




5. 


Max Saltsman Community 
Co-operative Inc. 




6. 


Needlewood Glen Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 



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Service Manager 


Housing Provider 




Schedule 3 




7 
8 


New Generation Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

Sand Hills Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 






LOCAL HOUSING CORPORATIONS 




Item 


Service Manager 


Housing Provider 


1. 


Algoma District 


Algoma District Housing 




9. 


Seven Maples Co-operative 
Homes Incorporated 






Services Administration 
Board 


Corporation 




10. 


Shamrock Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




2. 


CityofBrantford 


Brant and Brantford Local 
Housing Corporation 




11. 


Thome View Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




3. 
4. 


County of Bruce 
Municipality of 


Bruce County Housing 
Corporation 

The Corporation of the 




12. 


Willowside Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




5. 


Chatham- Kent 
District of Cochrane 


Municipality of Chatham- Kent 

Cochrane District Local Housing 
Corporation 


County of Wellington 


1. 


Cole Road Co-operative 






L^ 1 tJLl i ^L V/ 1 K^\J\^ ill Cll IW 

Social Services 






Community Inc. 






Administration Board 






2. 


Fife Road Co-operative Homes, 
Inc. 




6. 


City of Cornwall 


Comwall and Area Housing 
Corporation/La Société de 




3. 


Royal City Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 








Logement de Comwall et de la 
Région 




4, 


Wyndham Hill Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




7. 
8. 


County of Dufferin 

Regional Municipality 
of Durham 


Dufferin County Housing 
Corporation 

Durham Regional Local Housing 
Corporation 


City of Windsor 


1. 


Belle River Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 












9. 


City of Greater Sudbury 


Greater Sudbury Housing 




2. 


John Moynahan Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




10. 


County of Grey 


Corporation 

Grey County and Owen Sound 




3. 


Mariner's Co-operative Homes 
(Leamington) Inc. 




11. 


Regional Municipality 


Housing Corporation 
Halton Housing Corporation 




4. 


River Park NPHC (Windsor) 






of Halton 






5. 


The Frank Long Co-operative 




12. 


City of Hamilton 


Hamilton Housing Corporation 






Homes Inc. 




13. 


County of Hastings 


Hastings Local Housing 
Corporation 


Regional Municipality 


1. 


Bethany Co-operative Homes 


of York 


2. 


Inc. 

Bogart Creek Co-operative 




14. 


County of Huron 


Huron County Housing 
Corporation 






Homes Inc. 




15. 


City of Kawartha Lakes 


Kawartha Lakes-Haliburton 




3. 


Carpenters Local 27 Housing 








Housing Corporation 






Co-operative Inc. 




16. 


Kenora District Services 


Kenora District Services Board 




4. 


Centre Green Co-operative 






Board 








Homes Inc. 




17. 


City of Kingston 


Kingston & Frontenac Housing 




5. 


Charles Darrow Housing 








Corporation 






Co-operative Inc. 




18. 


County of Lambton 


The Corporation of the County 




6. 


John Fitzpatrick Steelworkers 








of Lambton 






Housing Co-operative Inc. 




19. 


County of Lanark 


Lanark County Housing 




7. 


Landsberg/Lewis Housing 








Corporation 






Co-operative Inc. 




20. 


United Counties of 
Leeds and Grenville 


Leeds and Grenville Housing 
Corporation 




8. 


Machell's Comers Housing 














Co-operative Inc. 




21. 


County of Lennox and 


Prince Edward-Lennox & 




9. 


Northwood Park Co-operative 






Addington 


Addington Housing Corporation 






Homes Inc. 




22. 


City of London 


London & Middlesex Housing 
Corporation 




10. 


Richmond Hill Co-operative 














Homes Inc. 




23. 


Manitoulin-Sudbury 
District Social Services 


Manitoulin-Sudbury District 
Social Services Administration 




11. 


Thomhill Green Co-operative 






Administration Board 


Board 






Homes Inc. 




24. 


District Municipality of 


Muskoka District Housing 
Corporation 










Muskoka 








25. 


Regional Municipality 


Niagara Housing Corporation 












of Niagara 





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Item 


Service Manager 


Housing Provider 


26. 


District of Nipissing 
Social Services 
Administration Board 


Nipissing District Housing 
Corporation 


11. 


Norfolk County 


Haldimand-Norfolk Housing 
Corporation 


28. 


County of 
Northumberland 


Northumberland County 
Housing Corporation 


29. 


City of Ottawa 


Ottawa Housing Corporation/ 
La Société de Logement Ottawa 


30. 


County of Oxford 


Oxford County Housing 
Corporation 


31. 


District of Parry Sound 
Social Services 
Administration Board 


Parry Sound District Housing 
Corporation 


32. 


Regional Municipality 
of Peel 


Peel Regional Housing 
Corporation 


33. 


City of Peterborough 


Peterborough Housing 
Corporation 


34. 


United Counties of 
Prescott and Russell 


Corporation of the United 
Counties of Prescott and 
Russell/La Corporation des 
Comtés unis de Prescott et 
Russell 


35. 


District of Rainy River 
Social Services 
Administration Board 


Rainy River District Housing 
Corporation 


36. 


County of Renfrew 


Renfrew County Housing 
Corporation 



Item 


Service Manager 


Housing Provider 


37. 


City of St. Thomas 


Elgin and St. Thomas Housing 
Corporation 


38. 


District of SauhSte. 


Sault Ste. Marie Housing 




Marie Social Services 


Corporation 




Administration Board 




39. 


County of Simcoe 


Simcoe County Housing 
Corporation 


40. 


City of Stratford 


Perth & Stratford Housing 
Corporation 


41. 


District of Thunder Bay 


Thunder Bay District Housing 




Social Services 


Corporation 




Administration Board 




42. 


District of Timiskaming 


Timiskaming District Housing 




Social Services 


Corporation 




Administration Board 




43. 


City of Toronto 


Toronto Community Housing 
Corporation 


44. 


Regional Mimicipality 


Regional Municipality of 




ofWaterioo 


Waterloo 


45. 


County of Wellington 


The Corporation of the County 
of Wellington 


46. 


City of Windsor 


Windsor-Essex County Housing 
Corporation 


47. 


Regional Municipality 


York Regional Housing 




of York 


Corporation 



\ 



I 



Schedule 4 
HOUSING PROGRAMS 



Program 
Category 
Number 



Program Description 



Public Housing Programs (1 (a) and 1 (b)) 



1(a) 



1(b) 



The public housing programs administered before January 1, 2001 by local housing authorities for the object of providing appro- 
priate housing exclusively to applicants selected on the basis of being financially unable to obtain affordable, suitable and ade- 
quate housing on the private market, as determined by Ontario, in housing projects that immediately before January 1, 2001 were 
owned or leased by the Ontario Housing Corporation or jointly by the Ontario Housing Corporation and the CMHC 
The public housing program administered before January I, 2001 by the Ministry for the object of providing appropriate housing 
exclusively to applicants selected on the basis of being financially unable to obtain affordable, suitable and adequate housing on 
the private market, as determined by Ontario, in housing projects that immediately before January I, 2001 were owned or leased 
by the Toronto Housing Company 



Non-Profit Low Rental Housing Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), section 25 (formerly sections 
26 and 27) 



Non-Profit 2% Write-Down Non-Profit Housing Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), section 95 



Non-Profit Full Assistance Housing Programs (4 (a), 4 (b) and 4 (c)) 



4(a) 



With respect to non-profit housing providers other than non-profit housing co-operatives 



Non-Profit Full Assistance Housing Programs administered before January 1, 
Non-Profit Housing Program, but including: 

1 . JobsOntario Homes 

2. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3000) 

3. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3600) 

4. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P- 1 0,000) 

5. Homes Now 

6. Federal/Provincial Non-Profit Housing Program (1986-1993) 



2001 by the Ministry, not including the Municipal 



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Program 
Category 
Number 



Program Description 



4(b) 



4(c) 



With respect to non-profit housing co-operatives 

Non-Profit Full Assistance Housing Programs administered before January 1, 2001 by the Ministry, not including the Municipal 
Non-Profit Housing Program, but including: 

1 . JobsOntario Homes 

2. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3000) 

3 . The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P-3600) 

4. The Ontario Non-Profit Housing Program (P- 1 0,000) 

5. Homes Now 

6. Federal/Provincial Non-Profit Housing Program (1986-1993) 
Municipal Non-Profit Housing Program (1978-1985) 



Urban Native Fully Targeted Housing Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), section 95 



Urban Native 2% Write-Down and Additional Assistance Program administered under the National Housing Act (Canada), 
section 95 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 17/02 
pris en application de la 

LOI DE 2000 SUR LA RÉFORME 
DU LOGEMENT SOCIAL 

pris le 23 janvier 2002 
déposé le 25 janvier 2002 

SOCIÉTÉ DES SERVICES DE 
LOGEMENT SOCIAL 

Définition 

1. La définition qui suit s'applique au présent règlement. 

«Société» La Société des services de logement social créée en appli- 
cation de l'article 140 de la Loi. 

Membres de la Société : fournisseurs de logements prescrits 

2. (1) Les fournisseurs de logements qui sont des sociétés de lo- 
gement sans but lucratif énumérés à l'annexe 1 sont prescrits comme 
étant des membres de la Société en application de l'alinéa 140 (2) c) 
de la Loi. 

(2) Les fournisseurs de logements qui sont des coopératives de 
logement sans but lucratif énumérés à l'annexe 2 sont prescrits 
comme étant des membres de la Société en application de l'alinéa 140 
(2) d) de la Loi. 

Membres de la Société : autres fournisseurs de logements 

3. (1) Devient membre de la Société, conformément à l'alinéa 140 
(2) e) de la Loi, le fournisseur de logements qui fournit des logements 
dans le cadre d'un programme de logement énuméré à l'annexe 4 et 
dont la demande d'adhésion est approuvée par le conseil 
d'administration de la Société. 

(2) Le fournisseur de logements visé au paragraphe (1) devient 
membre de la Société le premier jour du mois qui suit celui au cours 
duquel le conseil d'administration de la Société approuve la demande. 



Mission de la Société : fournisseurs de logements et programmes 
de logement prescrits 

4. (1) Les fournisseurs de logements énumérés aux annexes I, 2 et 
3 et ceux qui sont membres de la Société conformément à l'article 3 
sont prescrits comme étant des fournisseurs de logements pour 
l'application des alinéas 141 a), b), c) et d) de la Loi. 

(2) Les programmes de logement énumérés à l'annexe 4 sont pres- 
crits comme étant des programmes de logement pour l'application des 
alinéas 141 a) et c) de la Loi. 

Pouvoirs du conseil d'administration de la Société : fournisseurs 
de logements prescrits 

5. (1) Les fournisseurs de logements énumérés aux annexes 1, 2 et 
3 et ceux qui sont membres de la Société conformément à l'article 3 
sont prescrits comme étant des fournisseurs de logements pour 
l'application des alinéas 142 (1) b), d), e) et de la Loi. 

(2) Les fournisseurs de logements énumérés à l'annexe 1 ou 2 qui 
sont tenus par règlement de satisfaire aux exigences provinciales vi- 
sées à l'alinéa 93 (2) de la Loi sont prescrits comme étant des four- 
nisseurs de logements pour l'application de l'alinéa 142(1) c) de la 
Loi. 

Entrée en vigueur 

6. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le jour de son dépôt 
ou, s'il lui est postérieur, le jour de l'entrée en vigueur de la partie 
VIII de la Loi. 

Annexe 1 

SOCIÉTÉS DE LOGEMENT SANS BUT LUCRATIF 



Gestionnaire de services 



Conseil d'administration 
des services du district 
d'Algoma 



Fournisseur de logements 



Elliot Lake Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

Michipicoten Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

The Township of White River 
Municipal Housing Corporation 

Thessalon Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



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5. Town of Blind River Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

6. Township of St. Joseph 
Municipal Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


Cité de Brantford 


1 . Beth-Zuriel Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

2. Brant Community Place Homes 

3. Brantford Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

4. Brantford YM-YWCA Non- 
profit Homes Association 

5. Harmony Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

6. Hotinohsioni Incorporated 

7. Jaycees Brantford Non-Profit 
Homes Corporation 

8. Saint Basil (Brantford) 
Community Homes Inc. 

9. The Governing Council of the 
Salvation Army in Canada/ 
Conseil de Direction de l'Armée 
du Salut du Canada 

10. Slovak Village Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

1 1 . South Dumfries Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

12. Victoria Park Community 
Homes Inc. 


Comté de Bruce 


1 . Bruce County Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

2. Formosa Seniors Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

3. Port Elgin Rotary Non-Profit 
Accommodations 

4. Russell Meadows Non-Profit 
Accommodations Inc. 


Municipalité de 
Chatham-Kent 


1 . Chatham Hope Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

2. Christian Senior Citizens Home 
Of Chatham 

3 . Columbus Estates Of Chatham 
Inc. 

4. Corporal Harry Miner V.C. 
(Ont-185) Senior Citizens 
Corporation 

5. New Beginnings Housing 
Project of Chatham 

6. Park Street United Church 
(Chatham) Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

7. Ridgetown Community Estates 
(Non-Profit) Inc. 

8. Riverway Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

9. Wallaceburg Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 
district de Cochrane 


1 . Cochrane District Housing 
Support Services Inc. 

2. Iroquois Falls Seniors 
Apartment Corporation 

3. Kapuskasing Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

4. Kenneth Crescent Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 

5. Le Foyer des Aînés 
Francophones de Timmins Inc. 

6. Mocreebec Housing Association 

7. Moosonee Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation Inc. 

8. The City of Timmins Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

9. Timmins Finnish Seniors' Home 
Incorporated 

1 0. Town of Hearst Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


Cité de Cornwall 


1 . Beek Lindsay Seniors 
Residences Cornwall 

2. Cornwall Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

3. Finch & District Seniors 
Housing Corporation 

4. Lancaster & District Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

5. Logement La Nativité 
(Cornwall) Inc. 

6. Religious Hospitallers of 

St. Joseph Housing Corporation 

7. The Alexandria Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

8. The Township of Roxborough 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

9. Williamsburg Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

10. Winchester Non-Profit 
Residence Corporation 


Comté de Dufferin 


1 . Credit River Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

2. Family Transition Place 

3. Fiddleville (Shelbume) Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

4. Hiwhois Assistance Group 


Municipalité régionale 
de Durham 


1 . Ajax Municipal Housing 
Corporation 

2. Brock Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

3. Cornerstone Community 
Association Durham Inc. 

4. Durham Christian Homes Inc. 

5. Durham Region Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

6. Gateway Community Homes 
(Durham) Inc. 



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7. 


Heritage Community Housing 
Corporation 




8. 


Immaculate Conception Senior 
Citizens' Residence, Port Perry 




9. 


Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) 
Corporation 




10. 


Inter-Organization Resources 
Network Non-Profit Homes 




11. 


John Howard Society of Durham 
Region 




12. 


Life Centre Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation (Ajax) 




13. 


New Hope Non-Profit Dwellings 
(Durham) Inc. 




14. 


Oshawa Branch 43 Legion 
Senior Citizens Manor 




15. 


Prisma Non-Profit Residences 
Corporation 




16. 


Sunrise Seniors Place (Oshawa- 
Durham) Inc. 




17. 


The Oshawa Young Women's 
Christian Association 




18. 


The Participation House Project 
(Durham Region) 




19. 


Unity Village Local 183 Non- 
Profit Homes Inc. 




20. 


Whitby Christian Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


Ville du Grand Sudbury 


1. 


All Nations Family Housing 
Corporation (Sudbury) 




2. 


Azilda Senior Citizen's Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 




3. 


Capreol Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 




4. 


Casa Bella Senior Citizen 
Apartments Inc. 




5. 


Centreville 1 & 2 Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 




6. 


Friendship Place d'Amitié 
Residence (Rayside Balfour) 




7. 


Gorham's Court Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




8. 


Habitat Boreal Inc. 




9. 


Isles of Innisfree Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 




10. 


La Société des Bons Amis de la 
Vallée Inc. 




11. 


La Société Nolin de Sudbury 
Inc. 




12. 


Le Centre D'Habitation de 
Chelmsford Inc. 




13. 


Lighthouse Non-Profit Homes/ 
Habitations à But Non-Lucratif 
le Phare Inc. 




14. 


Place Bonne Entente des Aînés 
de Chelmsford 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




1 5. Place Cartier Habitation à But 
Non-Lucratif de Dowling Inc. 

16. Shamrock Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 

17. Solidarity Lodge Senior 
Apartments (Sudbury) Inc. 

1 8. Sudbury Finnish Rest Home 
Society Inc. 

19. Sudbury Y.W.C.A. Brookwood 
Apartments 

20. Ukrainian Senior Citizens' 
Complex of Sudbury Inc. 

2 1 . Unicom Non-Profit Homes Inc. 

22. Walden Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

23. Whitewater Seniors Residence 
(Legion 553) Inc. 


Comté de Grey 


1 . Garafraxa Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 

2. Golden Town Residential 
Community Inc. 

3. Lutheran Social Services 
(Hanover) Inc. 

4. Lutheran Social Services (Owen 
Sound) 

5. Nrudysfy Hillside Manor Senior 
Citizen Housing 

6. Owen Sound Br. 6 Legion Non- 
Profit Housing Corp. 

7. Owen Sound Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

8. Rockcliffe Seniors Complex 

9. The Women's Centre (Grey & 
Bruce) Inc. 


Municipalité régionale 
de Halton 


1 . Chartwell Baptist Community 
Homes Inc. 

2. Guelph Line Seniors Non-Profit 
Residential Corporation 

3. Halton Community Housing 
Corporation 

4. Holcro Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

5. Liuna (Hamilton) Association 

6. Milton Community Homes Inc. 

7. Oakville Community Homes 
Inc. 

8. Ontario March of Dimes Non- 
Profit Housing (Scarborough) 

9. St. Luke's Close of Burlington 
Inc. 

10. Tansley Park Community 
Homes Inc. 

1 1 . Union Housing Opportunities 
(Peel-Halton) Inc. 

12. Van Norman Coiranunity 
Homes Inc. 



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13. 


Victoria Park Community 
Homes Inc. 


Cité de Hamilton 


1. 


Ancaster Village Non-Profit 
Homes 




2. 


Artaban Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


.,. 


3. 


Dundas Valley Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


, 


4. 


Ebony Group Community 
Homes of Hamilton 




5. 


First Place, Hamilton 




6. 


Good Shepherd Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 




7. 


Hamilton Baptist Non-Profit 
Homes Corporation 




8. 


Hamilton East Kiwanis Non- 
Profit Homes Inc. 




9. 


Hamilton Portuguese 
Community Homes Inc. 




10. 


Housing Our People 
Economically (Hope Hamilton) 
Inc. 


,"lf;i. 


11. 


ITCA Community Involvement 
Incorporated 




12. 


Lions Freelton Villa Non-Profit 
Housing 




13. 


Liuna (Hamilton) Association 


- 


14. 


Local 1 005 Community Homes 
Inc. 




15. 


McGivney Community Homes 
Inc. 


: 


16. 


McMaster Community Homes 
Corporation 




17. 


Municipal Non-Profit 
(Hamilton) Housing Corporation 




18. 


Slovenian Society of St. Joseph 
Hamilton 




19. 


Sons of Italy (Hamilton) 
Housing Corporation 




20. 


St. Matthew's House 




21. 


Stoney Creek Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




22. 


Taras Shevchenko Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 


• 


23. 


The Ukrainian Villa of the 
Resurrection Church In 
Hamilton 




24. 


Township of Glanbrook Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 


. 1 


25. 


U.N.H. Incorporated 




26. 


Victoria Park Community 
Homes Inc. 




27. 


Wesley Community Homes Inc. 




28. 


Wesley Urban Ministries Inc. 


Comté de Hastings 


1. 


Aldersgate Homes Incorporated 




2. 


Bancroft Bible Chapel Non- 
Profit Housing Corp. 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




3. Belleville Emmanuel Residences 
for Senior Citizens Corporation 

4. Belleville Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

5. Deseronto Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

6. Marmora District Housing 
Commission 

7. North Hastings Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

8. Thurlow Housing Corporation 

9. Trenton Memorial Lodge 

10. Trenton Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

1 1 . Trenton Ontario Branch 1 1 
Legion Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


Comté de Huron 


1 . Belmore Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

2. Huron Sands Non-Profit Homes 
Incorporated 

3. Phoenix State 2 Housing 
(Victims of Family Violence) of 
Huron County 

4. Vanastra Lions Club Apartments 
Inc. 


Cité de Kawartha Lakes 


1 . Fenelon Area Independent 
Living Association 

2. Haliburton Community Housing 
Corporation 

3. Lindsay Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

4. Monmouth Township Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

5. Neighbourhood Housing in 
Lindsay 

6. Staanworth Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


Conseil des services du 
district de Kenora 


1 . Aamikkowiish Non-Profit 
Housing (1994) Incorporated 

2. Dryden Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

3. First Step Women's Shelter 

4. Hoshizaki House Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

5. Keewatin Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

6. Kenora Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

7. Machin Municipal Housing 
Corporation 

8. Red Lake Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

9. Town of Sioux Lookout Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 


Cité de Kingston 


1. Bridge House (Kingston) 
Incorporated 



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2. Kingston Home Base Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

3. Kingston Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

4. Loughborough Housing 
Corporation 

5. North Frontenac Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

6. Porto Village Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 

7. Royal Canadian Legion Villa 
Kingston 

8. Phoenix Homes Kingston 
(formerly Ryandale House for 
the Homeless) 

9. St. Andrew-Thomas Senior 
Citizens Residences Kingston 
Township Inc. 

10. The Elizabeth Fry Society of 
Kingston 

1 1 . Weller Arms Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 


Comté de Lambton 


1 . Arkona Lions Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

2. Bethel Seniors' Apartments 
Samia 

3. Ozanam Non-Profit Housing, 
Samia-Lambton 

4. Samia-Lambton Berean 
Community Housing 

5. Thedford Non-Profit Housing 
Inc. 

6. Watford Optimist Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


Comté de Lanark 


1 . Carleton Place Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

2. Clayton Seniors Housing 
Corporation 

3. Mills Community Support 
Corporation 

4. Mississippi Community 
Ventures Non-Profit Housing 
Corp 

5. Settlers Private Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

6. Tay Valley Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

7. Tayside Community Residential 
& Support Options 

8. The Five Arches Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


Comtés unis de Leeds et 
Grenville 


1 . Athens & District Housing 
Corporation 

2. Gananoque Family Housing 
Incorporated 

3. Gananoque Housing Inc. 

4. Leeds & Brockville Housing 
Corporation 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




5. 


Legion Village 96 Seniors 
Residence Brockville Inc. 




6. 


South Crosby Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




7. 


Township of Bastard and South 
Burgess Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


Comté de Lennox and 
Addington 


I. 

2. 


Napanee Housing Corporation 

Odessa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 




3. 


Picton Seniors Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




4. 


Quinte's Isle Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




5. 


The Appanea Wynds Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




6. 


URCA Housing Corp. 


Cité de London 


I. 


Argyle Manor (A Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation) 




2. 


Bethany Christian Residences of 
London 




3. 


Caradoc Housing Corporation 




4. 


Columbus Non-Profit Housing 
of Strathroy Inc. 




5. 


Delaware Lions Non-Profit 
Apartment Corporation 




6. 


Forest Quarter Family 
Residences Inc. 




7. 


Glencoe District Lions Non- 
Profit Housing Inc. 




8. 


Good News Community Homes 




9. 


Inter Faith Homes (London) 
Corporation 




10. 


Kinwell Place Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




11. 


Latin-American/Canadian Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 
(London) Inc. 




12. 


LIFT Non-Profit Housing of 
London Inc. 




13. 


London Non-Profit Multicultural 
Residences 




14. 


London Polonia Towers Inc. 




15. 


Lucan Community Non-Profit 
Apartment Corporation 




16. 


Lutheran Independent Living 
(London) 




17. 


Marconi Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 




18. 


Melboume Housing Corporation 




19. 


Mission Services of London 




20. 


Odell-Jalna Residences of 
London 




21. 


P.A.M. Gardens, Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 




22. 


Sherwood Forest (Trinity) 
Housing Corp. 



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23. Strathroy & District Christian 
Retirement Association 
Incorporated 

24. The Chelsea Green Home 
Society 

25. William Mercer Wilson Non- 
Profit Centre (London) Inc. 

26. Women's Community House 

27. Wonderiand Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 
district de Manitoulin- 
Sudbury 


1 . C.A. MacMillan Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

2. Gore Bay Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

3. Little Current Place Non-Profit 
Housing and Elderiy Citizens 
Centre Corporation 

4. Town of Espanola Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


Municipalité de district 
de Muskoka 


1 . Bracebridge Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

2. Gravenhurst Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

3. Huntsville Legion Seniors 
Manor 

4. Mactier and District Community 
Housing 

5. Town of Huntsville Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

6. Trinity (Huntsville) Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


Municipalité régionale 
de Niagara 


1 . Branch 393, Royal Canadian 
Legion Senior Citizens Complex 

2. Calvary Seniors Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

3. Central Gospel Community 
Homes Inc. 

4. City of Niagara Falls Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

5. Faith Lutheran Social Services 
(St. Catharines) 

6. Fort Erie Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

7. Foyer Richelieu Welland 

8. La Résidence des Aînés 
Canadiens Français St. 
Catharines Inc. 

9. Lions Douglas Heights Seniors 
Residence Inc. 

10. Liuna (Hamilton) Association 

1 1 . Local 1 75 UFCW Residences 
Inc. 

12. Lutheran Homes Niagara 

1 3. Niagara Ina Grafton Gage Home 
ofthe United Church 

14. OHSTO:SERI Urban Aboriginal 
Homes Inc. 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




1 5. Open Door Concepts Welland 
Inc. 

1 6. Paderewski Society Home 
(Niagara) 

1 7 . Ridley Terrace Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 

1 8. South Niagara Gateway Family 
Homes 

19. St. Catharines Senior Citizens 
Residence Inc. 

20. Stamford Kiwanis Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 

21. The Bethlehem Not-for-Profit 
Housing Projects of Niagara 

22. The Niagara Falls Y.W.C.A. 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

23. The St. Andrews Niagara 
Housing Development 
Corporation 

24. Thorold Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

25. Town of Pelham Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

26. Ukrainian Non-Profit Homes 
Corporation of Niagara 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 
district de Nipissing 


1 . Castle Arms Non-Profit 
Apartment Corporation 

2. Habitation Suprêmes North Bay 
Inc. 

3. Holy Name Community Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

4. Niska Non-Profit Homes Inc. 

5. North Bay Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporafion 

6. Physically Handicapped Adults' 
Rehabilitation Association 
Nipissing-Parry Sound 

7. Résidences Mutuelles (Légion 
225) Inc. 

8. Temagami Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

9. Triple Link Senior Citizen 
Homes North Bay Inc. 

10. West Nipissing Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation — La 
Corporation de Logement à But 
Non-Lucratif de Nipissing Ouest 


Comté de Norfolk 


1 . Dunnville Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

2. Brantwood Villa Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

3. Kent Park Community Homes, 
Simcoe Inc. 

4. Long Point Area Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

5. South & Metcalf Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 



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Northumberland 



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Fournisseur de logements 



6. St. Paul's Presbyterian Church 
(Simcoe) Non-Profit Housing 
Corp. 

7. Town Of Simcoe Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 



1 . Campbellford Memorial 
Multicare Lodge 

2. Campbellford Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

3. Cobourg Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

4. Hastings' Housing Corporation 

5. Northumberland Supportive 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

6. Percy Township Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

7. Port Hope Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

8. Trinity Housing of Cobourg 
Corporation 



1 . Asher Christian Seniors Inc. 

2. Barrhaven Non-Profit Housing 
Inc. 

3. Centretown Citizens Ottawa 
Corporation 

4. City of Ottawa Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

5. Communityworks Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

6. Cumberland Housing 
Corporation/Corporation 
d'Habitation de Cumberland 

7. Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter 
(Ecumenical) Corporation 

8. Ellwood House (Ottawa) Inc. 

9. Emily Murphy Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

10. Gloucester Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

1 1 . Kanata Baptist Place 
Incorporated 

12. La Commission de Logement de 
Vanier Non-Profit Housing 
Authority Corporation 

1 3. LIUNA Local 527 Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

14. National Capital Region 
Vietnamese Canadian Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

1 5. Nepean Housing Corporation 

1 6. OCISO Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

1 7. Serson Clarke Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

18. St. Vladimir's Russian 
Residence of Ottawa Inc. 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




19. Taiga Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

20. The Muslim Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation of Ottawa-Carieton 

2 1 . The Township of Goulboum 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

22. The Township of Osgoode Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

23. The Township of Rideau Non- 
Profit Housing Foundation Inc. 

24. West Carleton Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


Comté d'Oxford 


1 . Anchorage Homes, Services & 
Initiatives Inc. 

2. Daystar Community Homes 

3. Drumbo and District Housing 
Corporation 

4. Embro and Area Seniors 
Housing Corporation 

5. Ingamo Family Homes 
(Woodstock) Inc. 

6. Town of Tillsonburg Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

7. Woodstock Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 
district de Parry Sound 


1 . Affordable Housing Now for 
Parry Sound Corporation 

2. Parry Sound Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

3. The Golden Sunshine Municipal 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


Municipalité régionale 
de Peel 


1 . Aghabi Non-Profit Housing Inc. 

2. Armagh 

3. Bristol Road Labourers' Local 
1 83 Non-Profit Homes Inc. 

4. Cervantes Lions Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

5 . Congress of Black Women 
(Mississauga) Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 

6. Edenwood Seniors Village Inc. 

7. Federation of Chinese Canadian 
Professionals Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

8. Hope Villa Non-Profit 
Residences of North York 

9. Indo-Canadian Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation of Peel 

10. Kancro Non-Profit Homes 
Corporation 

11. MICBA Forum Italia 
Community Services 

12. Pathway Non-Profit Community 
Developments Incorporated of 
Peel 

13. Peel Multicultural Council 
Housing Project Inc. 



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14. Peel Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

15. Shalimar International Housing 
Corporation Inc. 

16. St. Mary's Senior Citizen's 
Residence Brampton Inc. 

1 7. Tatry Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

1 8. Tinimint Housing Non-Profit 
Inc. 

19. Tomken Grove Non-Profit 
Homes 

20. Union Housing Opportunities 
(Peel-Halton) Inc. 

2 1 . United Achievers Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

22. Wawel Villa, Incorporated 

23. Windsor Hill Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

24. WISMA Mega Indah Inc. 


Cité de Peterborough 


1 . Aots Community Homes Inc. 

2. Hilliard Park Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 

3. Kairos Non-Profit Housing of 
Peterborough 

4. Kawartha Participation Projects 

5. Kiwanis Club of Scott's Plains 
Peterborough, Ontario, Inc. 

6. Marcrest at Inglewood 
(Peterborough) Seniors' 
Residence 

7. Millbrook Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

8. OHSTO:SERI Urban Aboriginal 
Homes Inc. 

9. Otonabee Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

10. St. John's Retirement Homes 
Inc. 

1 1 . Sunshine Homes Non-Profit Inc. 

12. Young Women's Christian 
Association of Peterborough, 
Victoria and Haliburton 


Comtés unis de Prescott 
et Russell 


1 . Casselman Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation-Corporation de 
Logement à But Non-Lucratif de 
Casselman 

2. Corporation de Logement de 
Rockland 

3. Hawkesbury Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

4. La Résidence Lajoie à But Non- 
Lucratif de St-Albert Inc. 

5. Logement à But Non Lucratif de 
la Corporation du Village 
D'Alfred 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




6. Longueuil/L'Orignal Municipal 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

7. North Plantagenet Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

8. St-Isidore Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation-Corporation de 
Logement à But Non-Lucratif de 
St-Isidore 

9. Township of Russell Non-Profit 
Housing 

Corporation/Corporation de 
Logement à But Non Lucratif du 
Canton de Russell 

1 0. Van Kleek Senior Citizens 
Manor 

1 1 . Villa d'Accueil Ste-Thérèse de 
Marionville Inc. 

12. Village of Plantagenet Housing 
Corporation 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 
district de Rainy River 


1 . Atikokan Crisis Centre 

2. Columbus Place for Seniors of 
Fort Frances Inc. 

3. Faith Non-Profit Housing Corp. 
(Fort Frances) 

4. Fort Frances Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

5. Golden Age Manor (Emo) Inc. 

6. Moriey Municipal Housing 
Corporation 

7. The Township of Atikokan Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 


Comté de Renfrew 


1 . G. T. Seniors Apartments of 
Amprior Incorporated 

2. Killaloe & District Housing Inc. 

3. Kinsmen Court Home for Men 
& Women (Pembroke) Inc. 

4. Opeongo Non-Profit 
Community Residential 
Development Inc. 

5. Ottawaska Housing Corporation 

6. Petawawa Housing Corporation 

7. St. Joseph Non-Profit Housing 
(Pembroke) Corporation 


Cité de St. Thomas 


1 . Central Elgin Municipal Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 

2. Dutton & District Lions Non- 
Profit Housing Inc. 

3. EFBC Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

4. Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes of 
Rodney Inc. 

5. Menno Lodge of Aylmer Inc. 

6. Port Burwell Family Residences 

7. Port Burwell Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 



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Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 
district de Sault Ste. 
Marie 


1 . Cara Community Corporation 

2. Croatian Housing Association of 
Sault Ste. Marie 

3. Italian Housing Corporation of 
Sault Ste. Marie 

4. Liuna Local 1036 Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

5. Sault Moose Lodge Housing 
Corporation 

6. The Columbus Club of Sault 
Ste. Marie Housing Corporation 

7. The Lions Club of Sault Ste. 
Marie Housing Corporation 


Comté de Simcoe 


1 . Angus Legion Gardens Senior 
Citizens Complex 

2. Coldwater Seniors' Apartments 
Inc. 

3. Collingwood Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

4. Coral Non-Profit Homes 
(Barrie) Inc. 

5. Elizabeth Overend Non-Profit 
Housing Orillia Inc. 

6. Mount Lakeview Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

7. Orillia Christian Fellowship 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

8. Orillia Community Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

9. Project 44 1 Non-Profit Home 
Corporation 

10. St. James Court Non-Profit 
Apartments Corporation 

11. St. Mary's Seniors Residence 
Barrie Inc. 

12. The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

1 3. The City of Orillia Municipal 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

14. "We Care" Non-Profit Homes 
(Barrie) Inc. 


Cité de Stratford 


1 . Emily Murphy Second Stage 
Residences 

2. Spruce Lodge Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

3. Vineyard Village Non-Profit 
Homes of Stratford 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 
district de Thunder Bay 


1 . Beendigen Incorporated 

2. Chateaulac Housing 
Incorporated 

3. City of Thunder Bay Non-Profit 
Housing Corp. 

4. Fort William Legion Branch 
No. 6 Housing Corporation 

5. Geraldton Municipal Housing 
Corporation 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




6. 


Greek Orthodox Community of 
the Holy Trinity (Fort William- 
Port Arthur) 




7. 


Holy Cross Villa of Thunder 
Bay 




8. 


Holy Protection Millennium 
Home 




9. 


Kakabeka Legion Seniors 
Development Corporation 




10. 


Kashadaying Residence 




11. 


Kay Bee Seniors Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




12. 


Lakehead Christian Senior 
Citizens Apartments, Inc. 




13. 


Lutheran Community Housing 
Corporation of Thunder Bay 




14. 


Manitouwadge Municipal 
Housing Corporation 




15. 


Marathon Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




16. 


Matawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 




17. 


Nipigon Housing Corporation 




18. 


Red Rock Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




19. 


St. Paul's United Church Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 




20. 


Suomi Koti of Thunder Bay Inc. 




21. 


Thunder Bay Deaf Housing Inc. 




22. 


Thunder Bay Metro Lions 
Housing Corporation 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 
district de Timiskaming 


1. 

2. 


Kirkland Lake Non-Profit 
Housing Corp. 

New Liskeard Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




3. 


Royal Canadian Legion Zone 
K I and Area Veterans Home 
Corporation 


Cité de Toronto 


1. 


127 Isabella Non-Profit 
Residence Inc. 




2. 


1 630 Lawrence Avenue West 
Residences Inc. 




3. 


A.H.E. Affordable Housing East 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 




4. 


Abbeyfield Houses Society of 
Toronto 




5. 


ACLI Etobicoke Community 
Homes 




6. 


Ahmadiyya Abode of Peace Inc. 




7. 


AKWA Honsta (Non-Profit 
Aboriginal Homes) Inc. 




8. 


Aldebrain Attendant Care 
Services of Toronto 




9. 


All Saints Church Homes for 
Tomorrow Society 




10. 


Anduhyaun Inc. 




11. 


Artscape Non-Profit Homes Inc. 



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12. Athens Villa Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation of Toronto 

13. Avenel Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

14. Bazaar Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

1 5. Bello Horizonte Non-Profit 
Hoiries Corp. 

16. Elue Danube Housing 
Development (Ontario) Inc. 

1 7. B'Nai Brith Canada Family 
Housing Program (Charles- 
Hayden) Inc. 

1 8. B'Nai Brith Canada Senior 
Citizen's Residential Program 

1 9. Bonar-Parkdale Senior Citizens 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

20. Brookbanks Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 

2 1 . Canadian Martyrs Seniors' 
Residence East York, Inc. 

22. Canrise Non-Profit Housing Inc. 

23. Casa Abruzzo Benevolent 
Corporation 

24. Central King Seniors Residence 

25. Chinese Evergreen Non-Profit 
Homes ( Metro Toronto) Corp. 

26. Church of the Master Homes 
Corporation 

27. Deep Quong Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 

28. Dixon Neighbourhood Homes 
Incorporated 

29. Dorothy KJein Seniors Housing 
Incorporated 

30. Ecuhome Corporation 

3 1 . Emmanual Lutheran Manor 
Victoria Village 

32. Espérance Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 

33. Estonian Relief Committee Non- 
Profit Residences Corp. 

34. Evangel Hall Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

35. Family Action Network Housing 
Corporation (Ontario) 

36. First Erdelyi Non-Profit Housing 
Corp. 

37. Fred Victor Centre 

38. Grace Communities Corporation 
— Communautés Grace 
Corporation 

39. Habayit Shelanu Seniors 
Residences Corporation 

40. Hellenic Home for the Aged Inc. 

41. Homes First Society 



Gestionnaire de services 



Fournisseur de logements 



42. House of Compassion of 
Toronto 

43. Houses Opening Today Toronto 
Inc. 

44. Humbervale Christian Outreach 
Foundation Inc. 

45. Ibercan Homes Non-Profit 
Corporation 

46. Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) 
Corporation 

47. Interchurch Community 
Housing Corporation 

48. International Relief Agency Inc. 

49. Italian Canadian Benevolent 
Seniors Apartment Corporation 

50. Jack Goodlad Senior Citizens 

5 1 . Kingsway-Lambton Homes For 
Seniors Inc. 

52. Knight's Village Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 

53. Las Flores Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

54. Loyola Arrupe Corporation 

55. Loyola Arrupe Phase II Inc. 

56. Maple Leaf Drive Seniors Non- 
Profit Residential Corporation 

57. Mary Lambert Swale Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 

58. Masaryktown Non-Profit 
Residences Inc. 

59. McClintock Manor — Nisbet 
Lodge 

60. Micah Homes Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

61 . Myrmex Non-Profit Homes Inc. 

62. Northminster Residences of 
Toronto 

63 . Old York Tower Non-Profit 
Seniors Housing 

64. Operating Engineers Local 793 
Non-Profit Housing Inc. 

65. Operation Springboard 

66. Our Lady Of Victory Senior 
Citizen's Residence (York) Inc. 

67. Our Saviour Thistletown 
Lutheran Lodge 

68. Performing Arts Lodges 
(Ontario) Inc. 

69. Rakoczi Villa 

70. Richview Baptist Foundation 

7 1 . Ri verdale Housing Action 
Group Corporation 

72. Riverdale United Non-Profit 
Homes 

73. Robin Gardner Voce Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 



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74. 


St. John's Polish National 
Catholic Cathedral Residential 
Corp. 




75. 


St. Margaret Community, 
Scarborough 




76. 


St. Mark's (Don Mills) Non- 
Profit Housing Corp. 




77. 


START 103 Non-Profit Homes 
Corporation 




78. 


Stephenson Senior Link Homes 




79. 


Swansea Town Hall Residences 




80. 


Tahanan Non-Profit Homes 
Corporation 




81. 


Terra Bella Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation of Ontario 




82. 


The St. Hilda's Towers' Lewis 
Gamsworthy Residence 




83. 


The St. Margaret's Towers Inc. 




84. 


Tobias House Of Toronto — 
Caring For People In The Spirit 
of Saint Francis Incorporated 




85. 


Toronto Christian Resource 
Centre Self-Help Inc. 




86. 


Toronto Housing Company Inc. 




87. 


Toronto Refugee Community 
Non-Profit Homes and Services 




88. 


Victoria-Shuter Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




89. 


Vila Caspar Corte Real Inc. 




90. 


Villa Otthon 




91. 


VincentPaul Family Homes 
Corporation 




92. 


Walton Place (Scarborough) Inc. 




93. 


Westminster Court Senior 
Citizens Housing Corporation of 
East York 




94. 


Wigwamen Incorporated 




95. 


Wilmar Heights United Church 
Non-Profit Homes 




96. 


Woodgreen Community 
Housing Inc. 




97. 


Woodgreen Settlement 
Corporation 




98. 


Young Women's Christian 
Association of Greater Toronto 




99. 


YSM Genesis Place Homes Inc. 


Municipalité régionale 
de Waterloo 


1. 


Better Canada Homes Non- 
Profit Corporation 




2. 


Cambridge Kiwanis Village 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 




3. 


Cambridge Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 




4. 


Cypriot Homes of The 
Kitchener-Waterloo Area 




5. 


House of Friendship of 
Kitchener 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




6. Kitchener Alliance Community 
Homes Inc. 

7. Kitchener Housing Inc. 

8. Kitchener- Waterioo Young 
Women's Christian Association 

9. Lusitania Villas of Cambridge 
Incorporated 

10. Maple Heights Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

1 1 . Pablo Neruda Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

1 2. Senioren Haus Concordia Inc. 

1 3 . Shehrazad Non-Profit Housing 
Inc. 

14. Slavonia-Croatian Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 

15. St. John ' s Senior Citizens ' 
Home 

1 6. The Hellenic Community of 
Kitchener- Waterioo and Suburbs 
Housing Inc. 

17. Victoria Park Community 
Homes Inc. 

18. Village Lifestyles Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 

19. Waterioo Region Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


Comté de Wellington 


1 . Abbeyfield Houses Society of 
Guelph 

2. Clifford Housing Corporation 

3. Eramosa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

4. Gerousia Inc. 

5 . Grand River Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

6. Guelph Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 

7. Guelph Services for Persons 
with Disabilities 

8. Maryborough Township 
Housing Corporation 

9. Matrix Affordable Homes for 
the Disadvantaged Inc. 

10. Mount Forest Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

11. New Hope N.P.H.C.(Rural 
North Wellington) 

1 2. Township of Erin Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

13. Upbuilding Non-Profit Homes 
(Guelph) Inc. 

14. Victor Davis Memorial Court 
Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


Cité de Windsor 


1 . Ambassador Huron Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 

2. Amherstburg Non-Profit Seniors 
Housing Corporation 



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3. 


City of Windsor Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




4. 


Drouillard Place Non-Profit 


•■■'■'■■ ('•-■■•' 




Housing Inc. 




5. 


Glengarry Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 




6. 


Glengarry Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation (Phase 11) 




7. 


Grachanica Non-profit Housing 
Corporation 




8. 


Heimathof Retirement Home 
Inc. 




9. 


Homeland Non-Profit Housing 
Complex Inc. 




10. 


KA WAH Community Housing 
Windsor 




11. 


La Résidence Richelieu Windsor 
Inc. 




12. 


Labour Community Service 
Centre of Windsor & Essex 
County Inc. 




13. 


Leamington Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 




14. 


Legion Senior Housing 
(Kingsville) Inc. 




15. 


Parkwood Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation (Windsor) 




16. 


Pillette Green Community 
Housing Corporation 




17. 


River Park Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation (Windsor) 




18. 


Ryegate (Tecumseh) 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




19. 


St. Angela Non-Profit Housing 
Corp. of Windsor 




20. 


St. John's Anglican Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




21. 


T.W.C. Development 
Corporation 




22. 


Villa Ciociara Senior Citizens 
Apartments Corporation 




23. 


Windsor Coalition Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 




24. 


Windsor Y Residence Inc. 


Municipalité régionale 
de York 


1. 


Branch 414 Legion Village Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 


' 


2. 


Calvary House (Markham) 
Corp. 




3. 


Davis Drive Non-Profit Homes 
Corp. 




4. 


Friuli Benevolent Corporation 




5. 


German-Canadian Housing of 
Newmarket Inc. 




6. 


Hagerman Comers Community 
Homes Inc. 




7. 


Holy Trinity Non-Profit 
Residences York 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




8. 


Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) 
Corporation 




9. 


Ja'fari Islamic Housing 
Corporation 




10. 


Jubilee Garden Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




II. 


Kinsmen Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation, (Richmond Hill) 




12. 


Lutheran Social Services 
(Hanover) Inc. 




13. 


Oakwil Non-Profit Homes 
Corporation 




14. 


OHR Somayach Residential 
Centre Inc. 




15. 


Our Lady of Smolensk Russian 
Orthodox Retirement Centre 




16. 


Prophetic Non-Profit (Richmond 
Hill) Inc. 




17. 


Region of York Housing 
Corporation 




18. 


Richmond Hill Ecumenical 
Homes Corporation 




19. 


Robinson Street Non-Profit 
Homes (Markham) Inc. 




20. 


Schomberg Lions Club Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 




21. 


St. Peter's Seniors' Residence 
Woodbridge Inc. 




22. 


The City of Vaughan Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 




23. 


Thomhill St. Luke's Seniors 
Home Inc. 




24. 


Transitional and Supportive 
Housing Service of York Region 




25. 


United Church Developments 
(York Presbytery) 




26. 


Water Street Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 



Annexe 2 
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Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 


Cité de Brantford 


1 . Saorsie Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

2. Westglen Co-operative Homes 
of Brantford Inc. 


Municipalité de Chatham- 
Kent 


1 . Clairvue Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 

2. Labourview Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 
district de Cochrane 


1. Kaleidoscope Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

2. Les Maisons Co-operative des 
Pins Gris Inc. 

3. Tisdale Whitney Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 



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Cité de Cornwall 


1 . Royal Oaks Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


Comté de Dufferin 


1 . Dufferin Gardens Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

2. Lavender Lane Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


Municipalité régionale de 
Durham 


1 . Borelia Co-operative Homes 
Incorporated 

2. Bowmanville Valley 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 

3. Consideration Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

4. Duffin's Creek Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

5. Harmony-King Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

6. Maple Glen Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

7. Marigold Co-operative Homes 
Incorporated 

8. North view Meadow 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 

9. Otter Creek Co-operative Ho- 
mes Inc. 

10. Rougemount Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

1 1 . Sunrise Place Housing 
Co-operative Incorporated 

1 2. William Peak Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

1 3. Willow Park Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


Ville du Grand Sudbury 


1 . Ashwood Co-operative Homes 
Incorporated 

2. Balfour Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

3. Co-operative Homes of 
Prosperity and Equality Inc. 

4. Guhbawin Co-operative 
Housing Incorporated 

5. Horizon Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

6. La Co-operative d'Habitation 
Antigonish Inc. 

7. Les Maisons Co-operative Val 
Caron Inc. 

8. Maisons Co-operative 
St. Jacques Inc. 

9. Palace Place Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

10. Prism Co-operative Homes Inc. 

1 1 . Raiffeisen Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

12. Rockview Seniors Co-operative 
Homes Incorporated 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




13. Silo Co-operative Homes/ 
Coopérative d'Habitation Silo 
Inc. 

14. Springhill Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 


Municipalité régionale de 
Halton 


1 . Birch Glen Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

2. Cobblehill Homes Co-operative 
Inc. 

3. Don Quixote Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

4. Glen Oaks Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

5. Mariposa Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

6. Nelson Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

7. Stoa Co-operative Homes 


Cité de Hamilton 


1 . Andes Heritage Co-operative 
Inc. 

2. Corktown Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

3. Halam Park Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

4. Los Andes of Hamilton 
Co-operative Inc. 

5. Meridian Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

6. Southern Lights Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

7. Stoneworth Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

8. Tabby Town Urban Housing 
Co-operative Corporation 

9. Women's Community 
Co-operative Inc. 


Comté de Hastings 


I . Trent-Moira Co-operative 
Estates Inc. 


Comté de Huron 


I . Exandarea Meadows Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


Cité de Kingston 


1 . Kingston Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

2. Lois Miller Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 


Comté de Lambton 


I . Faethome Place Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


Comtés unis de Leeds et 
Grenville 


1 . Shepherd's Green Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


Cité de London 


1 . 50 Plus Housing Co-operative 
of London, Ontario Inc. 

2. Artisan Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

3. Bonaventure Place Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 



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4. Bridge End Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

5. Country Spirit Co-operative 
Homes of London Inc. 

6. Delta Place Co-operative 
Homes of London Inc. 

7. Genesis (London) Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

8. Gilzean's Creek Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

9. London Town Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

10. St. Martin's Co-operative 
Homes of London Inc. 

1 1 . Tanglewood Orchard 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 

12. The Oaklands Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

13. The Spirit of 1 9 1 9 Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

14. Tolpuddle Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

15. Whiteoak Heritage Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

1 6. Windy Woods Co-operative 
Homes of London Inc. 


Municipalité de district de 
Muskoka 


1 . Bethune Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 


Municipalité régionale de 
Niagara 


1. Agnes MacPhail Women's 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 

2. Arbour Village Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

3. Border Towne Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

4. Briar Rose Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

5. Brookside Village Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

6. Conmionwealth Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

7. Coopérative d'Habitation 
Beauparlant Inc. 

8. Crystal Beach Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

9. Dove Co-operative Homes Inc. 

10. Green vale Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

1 1 . Meadowgreen Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

12. Mel Swart Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

1 3 . Moonstone Co-operative Homes 

14. Northtown Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 







Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




15. 


People's Choice Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




16. 


Pinecroft Co-operative Homes 




17. 


Port Colbome Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




18. 


Regatta Place Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




19. 


Shriner's Creek Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




20. 


Skyline Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




21. 


St. Chartes Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




22. 


Village Glen Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




23. 


Vineyard Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




24. 


Watermark Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




25. 


Westwood Place Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




26. 


Woodrose Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 


Comté de Northumberland 


1 . Sutheriand Place Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


Ville d'Ottawa 


1. 


Better Living Residential 
Co-operative Inc. 




2. 


Cardinus Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




3. 


Carpenter Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




4. 


Cartier Square Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




5. 


Conservation Co-operative 
Homes Incorporated 




6. 


Coopérative d'Habitation Côte 
Est Inc. 




7. 


Co-operative d'Habitation 
Desloges Inc. 




8. 


Coopérative d'Habitation 
St. Georges Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




9. 


Coopérative d'Habitation 
Voisins Inc. 




10. 


Dalhousie Non-Profit Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




11. 


Dobbin Housing Co-operative 
Incorporated 




12. 


Eagleson Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




13. 


Glenn Haddrell Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




14. 


Hazeldean Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




15. 


Kanata Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 



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Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




16. 


Lao Village Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




17. 


Mario de Giovanni Housing 
Co-operatives Inc. 




18. 


Tannenhof Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




19. 


The Shefford Heritage Housing 
Co-operative Incorporated 




20. 


Yule Manor Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


Comté d'Oxford 


1. 


Adam Oliver Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




2. 


Dereham Forge Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




3. 


Percy Heights Co-operative Inc. 


Municipalité régionale de 
Peel 


1. 


Ahneen Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




2. 


Barbertown Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




3. 


Bayanihan Non-Profit 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




4. 


Britannia Glen Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




5. 


Chegoggin Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




6. 


Dan Benedict Co-operative 
Homes Corporation 




7. 


Erin Court Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




8. 


Fletchers' Creek Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




9. 


Forestwood Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




10. 


International Ladies Garment 
Workers Union Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




11. 


Las Americas Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




12. 


Lom Nava Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




13. 


Northwood Park Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




14. 


Tannery Gate Tower 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




15. 


Yarl Co-operative Homes Inc. 


Cité de Peterborough 


1 . LETA Brownscombe 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 


Cité de St. Thomas 


1. 


Elmview Estates Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




2. 


Meadowdale Community 
Housing Co-operative Inc. 




3- 


Pinafore Station Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




4. 


Troy Village Housing Co-op 
Incorporated 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 
district de Sault Ste. Marie 


1. 
2. 


Haldimand Co-operative 
Housing Corporation 

La Co-opérative d'Habitation la 
Chaumière Inc. 




3. 


Orion Co-operative Housing 
Corporation 




4. 


Pawating Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




5. 


Vesta Co-operative Homes Inc. 


Comté de Simcoe 


1. 


Gateway Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




2. 


Javelin Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




3. 


Matthew Co-operative Housing 
Inc. 




4. 


Nottawasaga Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




5. 


Quaker Hill Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


Cité de Stratford 


1. 


Banbury Cross Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




2. 


Bard-of-Avon Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




3. 


Festival City Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




4. 


Little Falls Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 


Cité de Toronto 


1. 


2 Mascot Place Co-operative 
Homes Incorporated 




2. 


ISThomcliffePark 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




3. 


55 Howard Park Avenue 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




4. 


91 Spencer Avenue 
Co-operative Homes 
Incorporated 




5. 


Almise Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




6. 


Ascot Co-operative Homes Inc. 




7. 


Atahualpa Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




8. 


Barsa Kelly/Cari-Can 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




9. 


Bellamy Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




10. 


Birmingham Homes 
Co-operative Inc. 




11. 


Birtch Place Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




12. 


BrimeM Court Co-operative 
Housing Inc. 




13. 


Broadview Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




14. 


Chord Housing Co-operative 
Incorporated 



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189 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




15. 


City Park Co-operative 
Apartments Inc. 




16. 


Clintwood Non-Profit Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




17. 


Courtland Mews Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




18. 


Duncan Mills Labourers' Local 
183 Co-operative Homes Inc. 




19. 


Edgeview Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




20. 


Emescliffe Non-Profit Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




21. 


Forty-Third Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




22. 


Gardenview Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




23. 


Glen Gardens Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




24. 


Glen Parle Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




25. 


Grace Hartman Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




26. 


Harbour Channel Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


- 


27. 
28. 


Harmony Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

Harry Sherman Crowe Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




29. 


Hickory Tree Road Co- 
operative Homes Inc. 




30. 


Hospital Workers Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


• ■ 


31. 


Innstead Co-operative Inc. 




32. 


Jarvis-George Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




33. 


Jenny Green Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




34. 


La Paz Co-operative Homes Inc. 




35. 


Lakeshore Gardens 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




36. 


Lakeshore Village Artists' 
Co-operative Inc. 




37. 


Liberty Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




38. 


Margaret Laurence Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




39. 


Marketview Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




40. 


Maurice Coulter Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




41. 


Metta Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




42. 


Mimico Co-operative Homes 
Incorporated 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




43. 


Moshav Noam Non-Profit 
Co-operative Housing 
Corporation 




44. 


Muriel Collins Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




45. 


Nakiska Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




46. 


New Hibret Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




47. 


Niagara Neighbourhood 
Housing Co-operative 
Incorporated 




48. 


Orchard Grove Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




49. 


Our Saviour Thistletown 
Lutheran Lodge 




50. 


OWN Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




51. 


Palisades Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




52. 


Peggy and Andrew Brewin 
Housing Co-operative Inc. 




53. 


Peregrine Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




54. 


Ridelle Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




55. 


Riverdale Co-operative Houses 




56. 


Robert Cooke Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




57. 


Scarborough Heights 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 




58. 


Secord Avenue Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




59. 


Tamil Co-operative Homes 




60. 


Taylor Creek Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




61. 


Terrace Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




62. 


Ujamaa Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 




63. 


Upwood Park/Salvador Del 
Mundo Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 




64. 


West Rouge Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




65. 


Wilcox Creek Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




66. 


Willmar Eight Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 




67. 


Willow Glen Co-operative Inc. 




68. 


Wobum Village Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 




69. 


Wood Tree Co-operative 
Incorporated 



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Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 


Municipalité régionale de 
Waterloo 


1 . Beechwood Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

2. Changemakers Co-operative 
Homes (Kitchener) Inc. 

3. Clarion Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

4. Highland Homes Co-operative 
Inc. 

5. Max Saltsman Community 
Co-operative Inc. 

6. Neediewood Glen Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

7. New Generation Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

8. Sand Hills Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

9. Seven Maples Co-operative 
Homes Incorporated 

10. Shamrock Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

1 1 . Thome View Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

12. Willowside Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


Comté de Wellington 


1 . Cole Road Co-operative 
Community Inc. 

2. Fife Road Co-operative Homes, 
Inc. 

3. Royal City Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

4. Wyndham Hill Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


Cité de Windsor 


1 . Belle River Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

2. John Moynahan Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

3. Mariner's Co-operative Homes 
(Leamington) Inc. 

4. River Park NPHC (Windsor) 

5. The Frank Long Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


Municipalité régionale de 
York 


1 . Bethany Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 

2. Bogart Creek Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

3. Carpenters Local 27 Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

4. Centre Green Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

5. Charles Darrow Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

6. John Fitzpatrick Steelworkers 
Housing Co-operative Inc. 

7. Landsberg/Lewis Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 



Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




8. Machell's Corners Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 

9. Northwood Park Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

10. Richmond Hill Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 

1 1 . Thomhill Green Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 



Annexe 3 
SOCIÉTÉS LOCALES DE LOGEMENT 



Numéro 


Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 


1. 


Conseil d'administration 
des services du district 
d'AIgoma 


Algoma District Housing 
Corporation 


2. 


Cité de Brantford 


Brant and Brantford Local 
Housing Corporation 


3. 


Comté de Bruce 


Bruce County Housing 
Corporation 


4. 


Municipalité de 
Chatham-Kent 


The Corporation of the 
Municipality of Chatham- 
Kent 


5. 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 
district de Cochrane 


Cochrane District Local 
Housing Corporation 


6. 


Cité de Cornwall 


Cornwall and Area Housing 
Corporation/La Société de 
Logement de Cornwall et de 
la Région 


7. 


Comté de Dufferin 


Dufferin County Housing 
Corporation 


8. 


Municipalité régionale 
de Durham 


Durham Regional Local 
Housing Corporation 


9. 


Ville du Grand Sudbury 


Greater Sudbury Housing 
Corporation 


10. 


Comté de Grey 


Grey County and Owen 
Sound Housing Corporation 


II. 


Municipalité régionale 
de Halton 


Halton Housing Corporation 


12. 


Cité de Hamilton 


Hamilton Housing 
Corporation 


13. 


Comté de Hastings 


Hastings Local Housing 
Corporation 


14. 


Comté de Huron 


Huron County Housing 
Corporation 


15. 


Cité de Kawartha Lakes 


Kawartha Lakes-Haliburton 
Housing Corporation 


16. 


Conseil des services du 
district de Kenora 


Kenora District Services 
Board 


17. 


Cité de Kingston 


Kingston & Frontenac 
Housing Corporation 


18. 


Comté de Lambton 


The Corporation of the 
County of Lambton 


19. 


Comté de Lanark 


Lanark County Housing 
Corporation 


20. 


Comtés unis de Leeds et 
Gren ville 


Leeds and Grenville Housing 
Corporation 



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191 



Numéro 


Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 




Numéro 


Gestionnaire de services 


Fournisseur de logements 


21. 


Comté de Lennox and 


Prince Edward-Lennox & 


34. 


Comtés unis de Prescott 


Corporation of the United 




Addington 


Addington Housing 
Corporation 






et Russell 


Counties of Prescott and 
Russell/La Corporation des 


22. 


Cité de London 


London & Middlesex 








Comtés unis de Prescott et 
Russell 






Housing Corporation 








23. 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 
district de Manitoulin- 


Manitoulin-Sudbury District 
Social Services 
Administration Board 




35. 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 
district de Rainy River 


Rainy River District Housing 
Corporation 




Sudbury 






36. 


Comté de Renfrew 


Renfrew County Housing 


24. 


Municipalité de district 


Muskoka District Housing 








Corporation 




de Muskoka 


Corporation 




37. 


Cité de St. Thomas 


Elgin and St. Thomas 


25. 


Municipalité régionale 


Niagara Housing . . 








Housing Corporation 




de Niagara 


Corporation 




38. 


Conseil d'administration 


Sault Ste. Marie Housing 


26. 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 


Nipissing District Housing 
Corporation 






des services sociaux du 
district de Sault Ste. 
Marie 


Corporation 




district de Nipissing 










27. 


Comté de Norfolk 


Haldimand-Norfolk Housing 
Corporation 




39. 


Comté de Simcoe 


Simcoe County Housing 
Corporation 


28. 


Comté de 


Northumberiand County 




40. 


Cité de Stratford 


Perth & Stratford Housing 
Corporation 




Northumberland 


Housing Corporation 








29. 


Ville d'Ottawa 


Ottawa Housing 
Corporation/La Société de 
Logement Ottawa 




41. 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 
district de Thunder Bay 


Thunder Bay District 
Housing Corporation 


30. 


Comté d'Oxford 


Oxford County Housing 
Corporation 




42. 


Conseil d'administration 
des services sociaux du 


Timiskaming District 
Housing Corporation 










district de Timiskaming 




31. 


Conseil d'administration 


Parry Sound District 












des services sociaux du 


Housing Corporation 




43. 


Cité de Toronto 


Toronto Community 




district de Parry Sound 










Housing Corporation 


32. 


Municipalité régionale 


Peel Regional Housing 




44. 


Municipalité régionale 


Regional Municipality of 




de Peel 


Corporation 






de Waterloo 


Waterloo 


33. 


Cité de Peterborough 


Peterborough Housing 




45. 


Comté de Wellington 


The Corporation of the 






Corporation 




46. 


Cité de Windsor 


County of Wellington 
Windsor-Essex County 




















Housing Corporation 








47. 


Municipalité régionale 
de York 


York Regional Housing 
Corporation 















Annexe 4 
PROGRAMMES DE LOGEMENT 



Numéro de 
catégorie des 
programmes 


Description des programmes 


Programmes de logement public ( 1 a) et 1 b)) 


la) 
Ib) 


Les programmes de logement public administrés avant le 1" janvier 2001 par les commissions locales de logement dans le but 
de fournir des logements appropriés uniquement aux personnes qui en font la demande et qui sont choisies en raison de leur 
incapacité financière, telle qu'établie par la province de l'Ontario, à obtenir des logements abordables, convenables et adéquats 
sur le marché privé dans des ensembles domiciliaires dont la Société de logement de l'Ontario était, immédiatement avant 
cette date, propriétaire ou preneur à bail, ou copropriétaire ou copreneur avec la SCHL 

Le programme de logement public administré avant le 1" janvier 2001 par le ministère dans le but de fournir des logements 
appropriés uniquement aux personnes qui en font la demande et qui sont choisies en raison de leur incapacité financière, telle 
qu'établie par la province de l'Ontario, à obtenir des logements abordables, convenables et adéquats sur le marché privé dans 
des ensembles domiciliaires dont la société appelée Toronto Housing Company était, immédiatement avant cette date, proprié- 
taire ou preneur à bail 


2 


Le Programme de logement sans but lucratif à bas loyers administré en application de l'article 25 (auparavant articles 26 et 27) 
de la Loi nationale sur l'habitation (Canada) 


3 


Le Programme de logement sans but lucratif (réduction du taux d'intérêt à 2 %) administré en application de l'article 95 de la 
Loi nationale sur l 'habitation (Canada) 



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O.Reg. 18/02 



Programmes de logement sans but lucratif «subvention complète» (4 a), 4 b) et 4 c)) 



4 a) 



4 b) 



4 c) 



A l 'égard des fournisseurs de logements sans but lucratif qui ne sont pas des coopératives de logement sans but lucratif 

Les programmes de logement sans but lucratif «subvention complète» administrés avant le l"janvier 2001 par le ministère, à 
l'exclusion du Programme de logements sans but lucratif des municipalités, mais à l'inclusion des programmes suivants : 

1 . boulotOntario Logement 

2. Programme ontarien de logements à but non lucratif (F 3000) 

3. Programme ontarien de logements à but non lucratif (P 3600) • '' 

4. Programme ontarien de logements à but non lucratif (P 1 0000) 

5. Maisons pour de bon 

6. Programme fédéral-provincial de logements à but non lucratif (1 986-1993) 

À l 'égard des coopératives de logement sans but lucratif 

Les programmes de logement sans but lucratif «subvention complète» administrés avant le l"janvier 2001 par le ministère, à 
l'exclusion du Programme de logements sans but lucratif des municipalités, mais à l'inclusion des programmes suivants : 

1 . boulotOntario Logement 

2. Programme ontarien de logements à but non lucratif (P 3000) 

3. Programme ontarien de logements à but non lucratif (P 3600) 

4. Programme ontarien de logements à but non lucratif (P 10000) 

5. Maisons pour de bon 

6. Programme fédéral- provincial de logements à but non lucratif (1986-1993) 

Le Programme de logements sans but lucratif des municipalités (1978-1985) 



Le Programme de logement pour autochtones en milieu urbain (ciblé) administré en application de l'article 95 de la Loi 
nationale sur l 'habitation (Canada) 



Le Programme de logement pour autochtones en milieu urbain (réduction du taux d'intérêt à 2 % et aide supplémentaire) 
administré en application de l'article 95 de la Loi nationale sur l'habitation (Canada) 



6/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 18/02 

made under the 

ENERGY EFFICIENCY ACT 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 25, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 82/95 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 82/95 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 
2002. 

1. (1) Item 6 of the Schedule to Ontario Regulation 82/95 
is revoked and the following substituted: 



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193 



Ground source heat pumps that are fac- 
tory-assembled, single package or split- 
system matching assemblies rated at a 
capacity below 35 kilowatts, that are 
intended for application in open systems 
and closed groimd loop systems with air 
or water (hydronic) as their energy sink 
on heating and energy source on cooling 
and water or liquid as their energy source 
on heating and energy sink on cooling. 



CAN/CSA C446-94, Perform- 
ance of Ground and Water 
Source Heat Pumps, or 
CAN/CSA-Cl 3256-1 -00, 
Water-source heat pumps - 
Testing and rating for per- 
formance - Part I: Water-to- 
water heat pumps 



Clause 5.1 of CAN/CSA 
C446-94 or clauses 3.8 and 3.9 
of CAN/CSA-C 1 3256- 1 -00 



December 31, 2002 



(2) Item 10 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



1 0. Room air conditioners, other than pack- 


CAN/CSA C368.1-M90, Per- 


Clause 8, Table 2, Column 2 


July 1 


,2002 


aged terminal air-conditioners, not 


formance Standard for Room 


ofCAN/CSAC368.1-M90 






exceeding 10.55 kilowatts 


Air-Conditioners 








(36,000 British Thermal Units per hour) 










in cooling capacity. 











(3) Item 12 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



1 2. Oil-fired water heaters with an input rat- 
ing of not more than 30.5 kilowatts (0.75 
U.S. gallons per hour), and a storage 
capacity of not more than 190 litres. 



CSA B21 1-00, Energy Effi- 
ciency of Oil-Fired Storage 
Tank Water Heaters 



Clause 7 ofCSA 821 1-00 



January 1,2003 



(4) Item 13 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



1 3. Electric induction motors, other than 
integral gear motors, continuous duty, 
open or enclosed, polyphase, squirrel 
cage, single speed, EEMAC/NEMA 
design A or B type, two, four or six pole, 
that are at least one but not more than 
200 horsepower (.75 to 150 kW), 600 
volts maximum, 50/60 or 60 hertz. 



CSA C390-98, Energy Effi- 
ciency Test Methods for 
Three-Phase Induction Motors 



Clause 4.10, Table 2 and Table 
2A, CSA C390-98 



January 1,2004 



(5) Item 13.1 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



13.1 Electric induction motors of the poly- 


CSA C390-93, Energy Effi- 


Table2ofCSAC390-93 


March 1, 1998 


phase, squirrel cage, single-speed. 


ciency Test Methods for 






EEMAC/NEMA design A or B type that 


Three-Phase Induction Motors 






are at least one but not more than 1 5 








horsepower and that are an integral com- 








ponent of original air conditioning or heat 








pump equipment. 









(6) Item 13.1 of the Schedule to the Regulation, as remade 
by subsection (5), is revoked. 

(7) Item 14 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



14. Refrigerators and combination refrigera- 
tor-freezers that have a capacity of not 
more than 1 ,100 litres, other than, 

(a) Type 3 combination refrigerator- 
freezers with a volume between 
14.5 and 18.4 cu. ft.; and 

(b) refrigerators employing an absorp- 
tion refrigeration system. 



CSA C300-00, Energy Per- 
formance and Capacity of 
Household Refrigerators, 
Refrigerator-Freezers and 
Freezers 



Table 2, Column B of CSA 
C300-00 



April 1,2002 



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O. Reg. 18/02 



14.1 Type 3 combination refrigerator-freezers 


CAN/CSA C300-M91, Capac- 


Table 9. 1 , Column 4 of 


January 1 


,1994 


with a volume between 14.5 and 18.4 cu. 


ity Measurement and Energy 


CAN/CSA C300-M91 






ft. 


Consumption Test Methods 
for Refrigerators, Combination 
Refrigerator-Freezers and 
Freezers 









(8) Item 14 of the Schedule to the Regulation, as remade 
by subsection (7), is revoked and the following substituted: 



14. Refrigerators and combination refrigera- 


CSA C300-00, Energy Per- 


Table 2, Columns of CSA 


December 31, 2002 


tor-freezers, other than refrigerators 


formance and Capacity of 


C300-00 




employing an absorption refrigeration 


Household Refrigerators, 






system, that have a capacity of not more 


Refrigerator-Freezers and 






than 1,100 litres. 


Freezers 







(9) Item 14.1 of the Schedule to the Regulation, as made 
by subsection (7), is revoked. 

(10) Item 15 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



15. 



Freezers that have a capacity of not more 
than 850 litres. 



CSA C300-00, Energy Per- 
formance and Capacity of 
Household Refrigerators, 
Refrigerator-Freezers and 
Freezers 



Table 2, Column B of CSA 
C300-00 



April 1,2002 



(II) Item 16 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



16. Fluorescent lamp ballasts that are used in 
fluorescent luminaires in industrial, 
commercial and residential locations, for 
input of 120, 277 or 347 volts, designed 
to operate with F32T8, F34T12, F40T10 
and F40T12 rapid start fluorescent lamps 
and F96T121S, F96T12ES, F96T12HO 
and F96T12HO ES fluorescent lamps. 



CAN/CSA C654-M91, Fluo- 
rescent Lamp Ballast Effi- 
ciency Measurements 



Clause 4.1, Column A, of 
CAN/CSA C654-M91 
Power factor of not less than 
90 per cent over the indicated 
input voltage range 



November 1, 1992 



(12) Item 16 of the Schedule to the Regulation, as remade 
by subsection (11), is revoked and the following substituted: 



Fluorescent lamp ballasts that are used in 
fluorescent luminaires in industrial, 
commercial and residential locations, for 
input of 120, 277 or 347 volts, designed 
to operate with F32T8, F34T12, F40T10 
and F40T12 rapid start fluorescent lamps 
and F96T121S, F96T12ES, F96T12HO 
and F96T12HO ES fluorescent lamps. 



CAN/CSA C654-M91, Fluo- 
rescent Lamp Ballast Effi- 
ciency Measurements 



Clause 4. 1 , Column B, of 
CAN/CSA C654-M91 
Power factor of not less than 
90 per cent over the indicated 
input voltage range 



April 1,2005 



(13) Item 20 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



20. Water source heat pumps that are factory- 


CSA C655-M91, Performance 


Clause 5.2, Table 2 of CSA 


January 1, 1993 


built single package or split-system 


Standard for Internal Water- 


C655-M91 




matching assemblies, that are intended 


Loop Heat Pumps 






for installation in internal water-loop sys- 








tems, that do not exceed 40 kilowatts 








(135,000 British Thermal Units) in cool- 








ing or heating capacity. 









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(14) Item 20 of the Schedule to the Regulation, as remade 
by subsection (13), is revoked and the following substituted: 



20. Water source heat pumps that are factory- 


CSA C655-M91, Performance 


Clause 5.2, Table 2 of CSA 


December 31, 2002 


built single package or split-system 


Standard for Internal Water- 


C655-M91, or clauses 3.8 and 




matching assemblies, that are intended 


Loop Heat Pumps, or 


3.9ofCAN/CSA-C13256- 




for installation in internal water-loop sys- 


CAN/CSA-C 13256- 1-00, 


1-00 




tems, that do not exceed 40 kilowatts 


Water-source heat pumps - 






(1 35,000 British Thermal Units) in cool- 


Testing and rating for per- 






ing or heating capacity. 


formance - Part I: Water-to- 
water heat pumps 







(15) Items 28 and 29 of the Schedule to the Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted: 



28. Oil-fired warm-air furnaces, other than 


CSA B2 12-00, Seasonal 


Clause 7.1 of CSA B2 12-00 


January 1 


,2003 


furnaces for mobile homes and recreation 


Energy Utilization Efficiencies 








vehicles, having an input of up to and not 


of Oil-Fired Furnaces and 








more than 66 kilowatts (225,000 British 


Boilers 








Thermal Units). 










29. Oil-fired central heating boilers having 


CSA B2 12-00, Seasonal 


Clause 7.2 of CSA B2 12-00 


January 1 


,2003 


an input of up to and not more than 88 


Energy Utilization Efficiencies 








kilowatts (300,000 British Thermal 


of Oil-Fired Furnaces and 








Units) intended for low pressure steam or 


Boilers 








hot water systems. 











(16) Item 40 of the Schedule to the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



40. Transformers of the distribution, power 
and dry-type, as described in CAN/CSA 
standards C-2, C-9, C22.2 No. 47, C88, 
C227.3, C227.4 and C301.1 in the fol- 
lowing classes: distribution transformers 
from 25 to 3,000 kVA, power trans- 
formers from 501 to 10,000 kVA and 
dry-type transformers from 30 to 7,500 
kVA for three-phase and 25 to 333 kVA 
for single phase (up to 1.2 KV class). 



CSA C802-94, Maximum 
Losses for Distribution, Power 
and Dry-Type Transformers 



Clause 4.3.1, Tables 2, 3 and 4 
ofCSAC802-94 



January 1, 1999 



(17) Item 40 of the Schedule to the Regulation, as remade 
by subsection (16), is revoked and the following substituted: 



40. Power transformers as described in 

CAN/CSA standards C2, C9, C22.2 No. 
47, C88, C227.3, C227.4 and C301.I 
from 501 to 10,000 k VA. 


CSA C802-94, Maximum 
Losses for Distribution, Power 
and Dry-Type Transformers 


Clause 4.3.1, Tables 2, 3 and 4 
ofCSAC802-94 


January I, 1999 


40.1 Distribution transformers, liquid filled, 
60 hertz, single phase, 10 to 833 kVA 
and three phase 15 to 3,000 kVA, insula- 
tion class 34.5 kVA and less. 


CSA C802.I-00, Minimum 
Efficiency Values for Liquid 
Filled Distribution Transform- 
ers 


Clause 7, Table lof CSA 
C802.1-00 


April 1,2003 


40.2 Dry-type transformers, self-contained or 
components of larger assemblies, 60 
hertz, single phase, 15 to 833 kVA, 480 
volts or less, three phase, 15 to 7,500 
kVA, 4.2 volts or less. 


CSA C802.2-00, Minimum 
Efficiency Values for Dry- 
Type Transformers 


Clauses 6 and 8, Table 1 of 
CSA C802.2-00 


April 1,2003 



(18) The Schedule to the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following item: 



53. Exit signs, internally lighted, except 
flashing exit signs. 



CSA C860-01 , Performance of 
Internally Lighted Exit Signs 



Clause 9.3 of CSA C860-01 



April 1,2003 



(19) The Schedule to the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following items: 



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54. Compact and standard size gas-fired 
clothes dryers for domestic applications. 



CGA P.5-M97, Testing 
Method for Measuring Per- 
Cycle Energy Consumption 
and Energy Factor of Domes- 
tic Gas Clothes Dryers 



Clause 4.5 and Appendix B of 
CGA P.5-M97 



March 31, 2004 



55. Swimming pool heaters of all inputs, gas- 
fired, convection and other than convec- 
tion (forced circulation) types. 



CGA P.6-1993, Testing 
Method for Measuring Ther- 
mal and Operating Efficiencies 
of Gas-Fired Pool Heaters 



Clause 4.1.1 and Appendix A 
of CGA P.6-1993 for convec- 
tion type, and clause 4.2.2 and 
Appendix A of CGA P,6-I993 
for other than convection type 



March 31, 2004 



2. (1) Subsection 1 (1) comes into force on December 31, 
2002. 

(2) Subsection 1 (2) comes into force on July 1, 2002. 

(3) Subsection 1 (3) comes into force on January 1, 2003. 

(4) Subsections 1 (4) and (6) come into force on January 1, 
2004. 

(5) Subsection 1 (5) comes into force on the day this Regu- 
lation is filed. 

(6) Subsection 1 (7) comes into force on April 1, 2002. 

(7) Subsections 1 (8) and (9) come into force on December 
31,2002. 

(8) Subsection 1 (10) comes into force on April 1, 2002. 

(9) Subsection 1 (11) comes into force on the day this 
Regulation is filed. 

(10) Subsection 1 (12) comes into force on April 1, 2005. 

(11) Subsection 1 (13) comes into force on the day this 
Regulation is filed. 

(12) Subsection 1 (14) comes into force on December 31, 
2002. 

(13) Subsection 1 (IS) comes into force on January 1, 
2003. 

(14) Subsection 1 (16) comes into force on the day this 
Regulation is filed. 

(15) Subsection 1 (17) comes into force on April 1, 2003. 

(16) Subsection 1 (18) comes into force on April 1, 2003. 

(17) Subsection 1 (19) comes into force on March 31, 2004. 

6/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 19/02 

made under the 
ELECTRICITY ACT, 1998 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 25, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 160/99 
(Definitions and Exemptions) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 160/99 has previously been 
amended. Those amendments are listed in the Table of 
Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette dated 
January 19,2002. 

1. Ontario Regulation 160/99 is amended by adding the 
following section after the heading "Exemptions": 



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2.0.1 (1) Subsection 26 (1) of the Act does not apply to Cornwall 
Street Railway Light & Power Company Limited with respect to serv- 
ing those consumers who are subject to, 

(a) the agreement entered into by Cornwall Street Railway Light & 
Power Company Limited and The Corporation of the Town- 
ship of Charlottenburgh on October 8, 1985; 

(b) the agreement entered into by Cornwall Street Railway Light & 
Power Company Limited and The Corporation of the Town- 
ship of Cornwall on December 4, 1985; or 

(c) the franchise agreement entered into by Cornwall Street Rail- 
way Light and Power Company Limited and The Corporation 
of the City of Cornwall on July 3 1 , 1 998. 

(2) Subsection ( 1 ) does not apply after December 3 1 , 20 1 9. 

(3) Subsection 26 (1) of the Act does not apply to Granite Power 
Distribution Corporation with respect to serving those consumers who 
are subject to the franchise agreement entered into by Gananoque 
Light & Power Ltd. and The Corporation of the Town of Gananoque 
on November 14, 1994. 

(4) Subsection (3) does not apply after December 31, 2014. 

(5) Subsection 26 (1) of the Act does not apply to Cedars Rapids 
Transmission Co. 

' (6) Subsection (5) ceases to apply if a transmission system owned 
or operated by Cedars Rapids Transmission Co. is connected to the 
IMO-controlled grid. 

(7) Subsection 26 (1) of the Act does not apply to Hydro One 
Remote Communities Inc. 

2. Section 2.1 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

2.1 (1) Subsection 26 (3) of the Act does not apply to the follow- 
ing contracts: 

1. The agreement made on January 2, 1990 between Ontario 
Hydro and Orillia Water, Light and Power Commission relat- 
ing to Minden GS. 

2. The agreement made on June 23, 1993 between Ontario Hydro 
and Orillia Water, Light and Power Commission relating to 
Swift Rapids GS. 

3. The agreement entitled "Amended and Restated Power Rights 
Agreement" made on December 3, 1991 between Ontario 
Hydro and Spruce Falls Inc. or to the loan agreement made on 
December 3, 1991 between Ontario Hydro and Spruce Falls 
Inc. 

(2) To the extent that a contract entered into by Ontario Hydro 
contains liabilities, rights or obligations that have been transferred to 
Ontario Hydro Remote Communities Inc., subsection 26 (3) of the 
Act does not apply to the contract. 

2.2 Subsection 26 (6) of the Act does not apply to Granite Power 
Distribution Corporation with respect to serving those consumers who 
are subject to the franchise agreement entered into by Gananoque 
Light & Power Ltd. and The Corporation of the Town of Gananoque 
on November 14, 1994. 

2.3 Section 28 of the Act does not apply to Hydro One Remote 
Communities Inc. 



6/02 



I 



ONTARIO REGULATION 20/02 

made under the 

ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT, 1998 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 25, 2002 

AmendingO. Reg. 161/99 
(Definitions and Exemptions) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 161/99 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Ontario Regulation 161/99 is amended by adding the follow- 
ing sections: 

4.0.2 (I) Clause 57 (b) of the Act and the other provisions of the 
Act listed in subsection (2) do not apply to a transmitter if 

(a) the transmitter owns or operates a transmission system that is 
entirely located on land on which one or more of the types of 
buildings or facilities described in subsection 4.0.1 (1) is also 
located; 

(b) the transmission system owned or operated by the transmitter 
was in existence on January 1, 2002 and, since that day, has 
been used only for the purpose of permitting another person 
that holds a licence authorizing the other person to own or 
operate a transmission system to convey electricity from the 
IMO-controlled grid to consumers; 

(c) the transmitter is a consumer and transmits electricity only for, 

(i) the purpose of using it for the transmitter's own consump- 
tion, or 

(ii) the purpose described in clause (b), if the transmission 
system owned or operated by the transmitter was in exis- 
tence on January 1 , 2002 and, since that day, has been used 
for the purpose described in clause (b); 

(d) the transmitter is a generator and transmits electricity only for, 
(i) the purpose of conveying it into the IMO-controlled grid, 

(ii) the purpose of transmitting electricity during, 

(A) planned outages as defined in the market rules that 
have been approved by the IMO in accordance with 
the market rules, 

(B) forced outages as defined in the market rules, or 

(C) emergencies as defined in the market rules, or 

(iii) the purpose described in clause (b), if the transmission 
system owned or operated by the transmitter was in exis- 
tence on January 1 , 2002 and, since that day, has been used 
for the purpose described in clause (e); or 

(e) the transmitter is a consumer and a generator and transmits 
electricity only for, 

(i) the purpose described in subclause (c) (i), 

(ii) the purpose described in subclause (d) (i) or (ii), or 

(iii) the purpose described in clause (b), if the transmission 
system owned or operated by the transmitter was in exis- 
tence on January 1 , 2002 and, since that day, has been used 
for the purpose described in clause (b). 



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(2) The other provisions of the Act referred to in subsection ( 1 ) are 
the following: 

1. Section 71. 

2. Section 78. 

3. Section 80. 

4. Section 86. 

4.0.3 Clause 57 (b) and sections 71, 78, 86 and 92 of the Act do 
not apply to Cedars Rapids Transmission Co. 

2. Section 4.1 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

4.1 (1) Clause 57 (d) of the Act does not apply to a retailer if the 
only electricity retailed by the retailer was purchased by the retailer 
from another person that holds a licence authorizing the other person 
to own or operate a distribution system or to retail electricity, the 
retailer that purchased the electricity retails it at a price that is no 
greater than the price the retailer purchased it for, and, 

(a) the retailer that purchased the electricity retails it only on land 
on which one or more of the types of buildings or facilities 
described in subsection 4.0.1 (1) is located; 

(b) the principal activity of the retailer that purchased the electric- 
ity is the management of property and the retailer retails the 
electricity only to occupants of the property; or 

(c) the retailer that purchased the electricity retails the electricity 
only to its franchisees, licensees or affiliates or to franchisees 
or licensees of its affiliates, and, with respect to the persons to 
which it retails electricity, the retailer that purchased the elec- 
tricity submitted a service transaction request in accordance 
with the Retail Settlement Code approved by the Board. 

(2) Clause 57 (d) of the Act does not apply to Cornwall Street 
Railway Light & Power Company Limited, Great Lakes Power Cor- 
poration Limited or Granite Power Distribution Corporation until 
March 1,2002. 

4.2 (1) Section 66 of the Act does not apply to Cornwall Street 
Railway Light & Power Company Limited with respect to, 

(a) the distribution system serving customers under the agreement 
entered into by Cornwall Street Railway Light & Power Com- 
pany Limited and The Corporation of the Township of Charlot- 
tenburgh on October 8, 1985; 

(b) the distribution system serving customers under the agreement 
entered into by Cornwall Street Railway Light & Power Com- 
pany Limited and The Corporation of the Township of Corn- 
wall on December 4, 1985; or 

(c) the distribution system serving customers under the franchise 
agreement entered into by Cornwall Street Railway Light and 
Power Company Limited and The Corporation of the City of 
Cornwall on July 31, 1998. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply with respect to a transmission 
system or distribution system owned or operated by Cornwall Street 
Railway Light & Power Company Limited or an affiliate of Cornwall 
Street Railway Light & Power Company Limited if the system is 
connected to the IMO-controlled grid. 

4.3 Clause 70 (2) (e) of the Act does not apply to Hydro One 
Remote Communities Inc. 

3. Section 5 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing subsections: 



(4) Section 71 of the Act does not apply to Cornwall Street Rail- 
way Light & Power Company Limited or to Great Lakes Power Cor- 
poration Limited. 

(5) Subsection (4) does not apply after December 3 1 , 2008. 

4. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

6.0.1 Section 80 of the Act does not apply to Hydro One Remote 
Communities Inc. 

6.0.2 Section 8 1 of the Act does not apply to Hydro One Remote 
Communities Inc. 

6/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 21/02 

made under the 

ELECTRICITY ACT, 1998 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 25, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 610/98 
(The IMO) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 610/98 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Ontario Regulation 610/98 is amended by adding the follow- 
ing section: 

Authority to Make Market Rules 

6. The date that subsection 26 (1) of the Act comes into force is 
prescribed for the purpose of subsection 32 (6) of the Act. 

6/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 22/02 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 25, 2002 

SUBMISSION OF ACCOUNTS 

Definition 

1. In this Regulation, 

"in-patient" means a person admitted to and assigned a bed in a hospi- 
tal in-patient area. 

Time limits for submitting accounts 

2. A physician, practitioner, health facility or, in the case of a 
patient who is billed directly, the patient shall submit an account for 
an insured service to the General Manager no later than the following: 

1. For insured services rendered in Ontario, no later than six 
months after the service is rendered. 

2. For insured services rendered outside Ontario, 

i. no later than 12 months after the date of the patient's dis- 
charge for services rendered to in-patients, and 



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ii. in all other cases, no later than 12 months after the service 
is rendered. 

Exception 

3. Paragraph 2 of section 2 does not apply to services rendered 
outside Ontario that are approved by the General Manager for pay- 
ment before the service is rendered. 

Transition 

4. This Regulation applies to accounts submitted in respect of 
insured services rendered on or after January 1, 2002. 

Commencement 

5. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 2002. 

6/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 23/02 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 25, 2002 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 



f 



Note: Regulation 552 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 1 9, 2002. 

Section 38.5 of Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
January 1,2002. 

6/02 



r 



ONTARIO REGULATION 24/02 

made under the 

VETERINARIANS ACT 

Made: November 15,2001 

Approved: January 23, 2002 

Filed: January 25, 2002 

Amending Reg. 1093 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 1093 has previously been amended. Those 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published 
in The Ontario Gazette dated January 1 9, 2002. 

1. (1) Paragraphs 14 and 20 of subsection 17 (1) of Regulation 
1093 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

14. Adding a charge to a disbursement. 



20. Selling, or attempting to sell, an account for professional ser- 
vices to a third party. 

(2) Subparagraph 37 iii of subsection 17 (1) of the Regulation 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

iii. maintains a partnership or association with him or her or is 
a shareholder in a professional corporation in which he or 
she is a shareholder or of which he or she is an employee, 

(3) Subsection 17 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following paragraph: 

43.1 Being a shareholder, officer or director of a professional corpo- 
ration where the professional corporation does or omits to do 
anything that would be professional misconduct if done or 
omitted to be done by the member. 

(4) Paragraph 44 of subsection 17 (1) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

44. An act or omission relevant to the practice of veterinary 
medicine that, having regard to the circumstances, would be 
regarded by members as disgraceful, dishonourable or 
unprofessional. 

45. Conduct unbecoming a veterinarian. 

(5) Subsection 17 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following subsection: 

(4) For the purposes of, 

(a) paragraph 14 of subsection (I), it is not professional miscon- 
duct to charge a fee for the interpretation of the results of a 
laboratory investigation; 

(b) paragraph 20 of subsection (1), it is not professional miscon- 
duct to retain a lawyer or agent to collect unpaid accounts or to 
accept payment for professional services by credit card. 

2. (1) Section 41 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(1.1) If a member practises veterinary medicine on behalf of a 
professional corporation, he or she may, despite subsection (1), use 
the name of the professional corporation in practising the profession. 

(2) Clause 41 (4) (c) of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(c) may tend to be confused with the designation of another vet- 
erinary facility or the name of a professional corporation. 

3. Subsection 42 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(3) Clause (2) (a) does not prevent a member, 

(a) from entering into a partnership agreement with another mem- 
ber under which the drawings, interest or remuneration of the 
partners is related to the amount of fees charged by them; or 

(b) from entering into an agreement with another member to form 
a professional corporation, under which the drawings, interest 
or remuneration of the members is related to the amount of fees 
charged by them. 

4. Subsection 43 (4) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following clause: 

(h) a shareholder or employee of a professional corporation. 

5. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Part: 



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PART V.l 
PROFESSIONAL CORPORATIONS 

44.1 (1) A professional corporation may be eligible for a certifi- 
cate of authorization if the following conditions are met: 

1 . The articles of incorporation provide that the corporation may 
not carry on a business other than the practice of the profession 
and activities related to or ancillary to the practice of the pro- 
fession. 

2. The name of the corporation complies with the requirements in 
section 3.2 of the Business Corporations Act and with those set 
out in subsections (2) to (5). 

3. Each shareholder of the corporation holds a licence issued by 
the Registrar. Before applying for a certificate of authorization, 
a member shall first obtain the approval of the Registrar for the 
proposed name of the professional corporation and take the 
necessary steps to incorporate the professional corporation. 

4. None of the shareholders of the corporation have been involved 
as shareholders of a professional corporation whose certificate 
of authorization was suspended or revoked unless the Registrar 
is satisfied that it is unlikely that the certificate of authorization 
being applied for will be suspended or revoked. 

(2) A name of a professional corporation shall, 

(a) be proper and fitting; and 

(b) include, 

(i) the name or names of all of the shareholders of the profes- 
sional corporation as they appear in the register of mem- 
bers referred to in subsection 19 (1) of the Act, 

(ii) the name of the accredited facility owned by a shareholder 
of the professional corporation at which the practice is car- 
ried on exclusively through the professional corporation, or 

(iii) a geographical reference appropriate to the location of the 
accredited facility or facilities at which the practice is car- 
ried on or the surname of a present or previous shareholder 
that is not easily confused with the name of any other 
member, accredited facility or professional corporation 
and, subject to subsection (3), one of the words "animal", 
"pet" or "veterinary" or their equivalents in French. 

(3) If the practice of the professional corporation is restricted to 
one particular species of animal, the name of that species may be used 
alone or in conjunction with one of the words "animal", "pet" or "vet- 
erinary" or their equivalents in French and, if the practice of the pro- 
fessional corporation is restricted to poultry, the word "poultry", or its 
equivalent in French, alone or in conjunction with the word "veteri- 
nary" or its equivalent in French. 

(4) The name may be in either English or French or in both lan- 
guages. 

(5) The name of a professional corporation shall not use designa- 
tions or terms used by veterinary facilities except as permitted in 
subclause (2) (b) (ii). 

44.2 The Registrar shall issue a certificate of authorization to a 
corporation if the corporation is eligible under subsection 44.1 (1) and 
applies for the certificate by producing the following to the Registrar 
at the time and in the manner specified by the College: 

1 . A completed application in a form approved by the College. 

2. The application fee of $200. 

3. A certificate of status of the corporation issued by the Ministry 
of Consumer and Business Services within six months of the 
date of the application. 



4. A copy of the articles of the corporation certified to be com- 
plete and accurate as of the date of the application by the per- 
son who is proposed as the corporation's managing director. 

5. The statutory declaration of the managing director certifying, 

i. that the corporation is in compliance with section 3.2 of 
the Business Corporations Act as of the date of the applica- 
tion, 

ii. that the corporation does not carry on any business that is 
not the practice of veterinary medicine or activities related 
to or ancillary to the practice of veterinary medicine, 

iii. that the corporation has not previously held a certificate of 
authorization or, where the corporation has held such a cer- 
tificate, providing full details with respect to it, 

iv. that none of the shareholders of the corporation has been a 
shareholder of a corporation that previously held a certifi- 
cate of authorization or, where any one of them was a 
shareholder of such a corporation, providing full details 
with respect to it. 

6. The name of each shareholder of the corporation as of the date 
of the application and the number of his or her licence issued 
by the Registrar. ' 

7. The names, business addresses and business telephone num- 
bers of the officers and directors of the corporation as of the 
date of the application and an indication of who the managing 
director is. 

44.3 The Registrar shall refijse to issue a certificate of authoriza- 
tion if the corporation is not eligible under subsecfion 44.1 (I) or if 
the corporation does not comply with all of the requirements of sec- 
tion 44.2. 

44.4 ( 1 ) A certificate of authorization is valid for a period of three 
years from its date of issue. 

(2) The Registrar shall renew a certificate of authorization if the 
corporation is in compliance with the Act and the regulations and the 
Business Corporations Act, and applies for the renewal before the end 
of the three-year term of the certificate by providing a completed 
application in the form approved by the College and the renewal fee 
ofSIOO. 

(3) A renewed certificate of authorization is valid for a period of 
three years from its date of issue. 

44.5 (1) The Registrar shall suspend a corporation's certificate of 
authorization if, 

(a) the corporation fails to renew the certificate under section 44.4 
on or before the end of its term; or 

(b) the name of the corporation contains the name or names of a 
shareholder's accredited facility and the certificate of accredi- 
tation has expired or been suspended or revoked. 

(2) The Registrar may suspend a corporation's certificate of I 
authorization if, | 

(a) the corporation no longer complies with the requirements for 
the issuance of a certificate of authorization; 

(b) the corporation uses a name other than its approved name; 

(c) the corporation fails to deliver a notice required under section \ 
44.10; and 

(d) the corporation fails to act in a manner that is consistent with 
the requirements of the Act, the regulations and the Business 
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(3) The Registrar may impose conditions and limitations on the 
holder of a certificate of authorization, 

(a) with the consent of the professional corporation; or 

(b) instead of suspending the certificate of authorization. 

(4) The Registrar may lift a suspension or remove terms and con- 
ditions if the corporation remedies, to the satisfaction of the Registrar, 

(a) the conduct that resulted in the suspension or the imposition of 
terms and conditions; and 

(b) any other conduct that might result in another suspension or the 
imposition of more terms and conditions. 

44.6 The Registrar may revoke a certificate of authorization if a 
suspension of the certificate of authorization or terms and conditions 
imposed on it have not been lifted within one year from the com- 
mencement of the sus(>ension or imposition of the terms and condi- 
tions. 

44.7 (1) A corporation that is dissatisfied with a decision of the 
Registrar relating to the issue, renewal, suspension or revocation of a 
certificate of authorization or to the imposition of terms and condi- 
tions on a certificate may apply to the Registration Committee for a 
review of the decision by filing with the Registrar a written request 
for a review, all supporting documentation in its possession and a fee 
ofSlOO. 

(2) Upon receipt of a request for a review, the Registrar shall set a 
date, time and place for the review and shall deliver a written notice 
of the review to the corporation, together with copies of any docu- 
ments in support of the Registrar's decision in the Registrar's posses- 
sion that were not filed by the professional cor|x>ration, at least 15 
days before the date of the review. 

(3) The Registrar and a representative of the professional corpora- 
tion are parties to the review. 

(4) The Registrar and the representative of the professional corpo- 
ration shall have the opportunity to make submissions to the Registra- 
tion Committee and to file documents that have been disclosed, but 
they shall not be permitted to question each other or call witnesses. 

(5) The Registration Committee may do anything the Registrar 
may do with respect to the issue, renewal, suspension or revocation of 
a certificate of authorization or the imposition of terms and conditions 
on a certificate. 

(6) If the Registration Committee finds in favour of the profes- 
sional corporation, it may direct the Registrar to repay the review fee 
to the corporation. 

(7) The decision of the Registration Committee on a review is 
final. 

44.8 The shareholders of a professional corporation may terminate 
the certificate of authorization of the corporation by notifying the 
Registrar that they no longer intend to practise through the corpora- 
tion and by signing an undertaking that they will not practice veteri- 
nary medicine through the professional corporation, or another profes- 
sional corporation, without first obtaining the required certificate of 
authorization. 

44.9 (1) The register of professional corporations established and 
maintained under subsection 5.2 (I ) of the Act shall contain, 

(a) the name of every professional corporation that has been issued 
a certificate of authorization; 

(b) the address and telephone number of every professional corpo- 
ration; 

(c) the name of the managing director and every other shareholder 
of every professional corporation; 



(d) information regarding terms and conditions imposed on a cer- 
tificate of authorization and suspensions, revocations and ter- 
minations of certificates of authorization; and 

(e) such other information about professional corporations as the 
Council may determine if the members are notified of the 
requirements for other information in a timely manner in a 
publication disseminated to the members. 

(2) The register shall be kept at the head office of the College and 
be accessible to members and the public during normal business 
hours. 

44.10 A professional corporation shall deliver a written notice to 
the Registrar within 30 days of the occurrence of any of the following 
events: 

1 . Any change in the information contained in the original appli- 
cation form or the last renewal application, including a change 
in the shareholders or in the managing director. 

2. Any material change in the structure or operation of the busi- 
ness of the professional corporation, including, 

i. the initiation of criminal or quasi<riminal proceedings 
against it, 

ii. the death of a shareholder, 

iii. its bankruptcy or insolvency, 

iv. the appointment of a receiver for it, or 

v. the filing of an application for its winding-up. 

44.11 (1) Every professional corporation shall name one of its 
shareholders as the managing director of the corporation. 

(2) The managing director has primary responsibility for the pro- 
fessional corporation's dealings with the College. 

Council of the College of Veterinarians of Ontario: 



Cheryl YuiLL 
Vice President 

B. E. Leslie 
Registrar 

Dated on November 1 5, 2001 . 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 25/02 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 25, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 467/97 

(Deemed District Municipalities (School 

Authority Jurisdiction) — Tax Rates) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 467/97 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations pub- 
lished in Tifte Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Section 4 of Ontario Regulation 467/97 is amended by strik- 
ing out "Town" and substituting "municipality". 



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2. Section 5 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

5. For the purpose of clause 257.12 (3) (a) of the Act, the 
portion of the geographic township of Baird that is not within the 
municipality of Red Lake in the Territorial District of Kenora 
shall be deemed to be a district municipality, unless and until it 
becomes or is included in a municipality. 

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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



2002—02—16 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 26/02 

made under the 

MINISTRY OF TRAINING, COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES ACT 

Made: January 17, 2002 

Approved: January 23, 2002 

Filed: January 28, 2002 

Amending Reg. 771 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology — Colleges) 

Regulation 771 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in 77ie 
Ontario Gazette dated January 1 9, 2002. 



1. Subsection 4.0.0.1 (1) of Regulation 771 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(1) The college of applied arts and technology known as "Collège 
Boréal d'arts appliqués et de technologie" is continued for the areas 
comprised of, 

(a) the territorial districts of Algoma, Cochrane, Kenora, Mani- 
toulin, Nipissing, Parry Sound, Rainy River, Sudbury, Thunder 
Bay and Timiskaming, including any cities and separated 
towns within those districts; 

(b) the geographic areas of the upper-tier municipalities of Bruce, 
Dufterin, Durham, Elgin, Essex, Grey, Haliburton, Halton, 
Hastings, Huron, Lambton, Lennox and Addington, Middlesex, 
Muskoka, Niagara, Northumberland, Oxford, Peel, Perth, 
Peterborough, Simcoe, Waterloo, Wellington and York; and 

(c) the geographic areas of the local municipalities of Barrie, 
Belleville, Brantford, Chatham-Kent, County of Brant, County 
of Prince Edward, Guelph, Haldimand County, Hamilton, 
Kawariha Lakes, London, Norfolk County, Orillia, Pelee, 
Peterborough, Quinte West, St. Marys, St. Thomas, Stratford, 
Toronto and Windsor. 

DiANNE Cunningham 
Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities 



Dated on January 1 7, 2002. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 27/02 
made under the 

MINISTRY OF TRAINING, COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES ACT 

Made: January 17, 2002 

Approved: January 23, 2002 

Filed: January 28, 2002 

Amending Reg. 770 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology — 
Boards of Governors and Council of Regents) 

Regulation 770 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



1. Clause 3 (1) (a) of Regulation 770 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(a) an even number of members, but not less than twelve and not 
more than twenty, appointed by the Council of Regents, none 
of whom shall be a full-time employee or a spouse or same-sex 
partner of a full-time employee of a college of applied arts and 
technology; 

DiANNE Cunningham 
Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities 



Dated on January 1 7, 2002. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 27/02 
pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LE MINISTÈRE DE LA FORMATION 
ET DES COLLÈGES ET UNIVERSITÉS 

pris le 1 7 janvier 2002 

approuvé le 23 janvier 2002 

déposé le 28 janvier 2002 

modifiant le Règl. 770 des R.R.O. de 1990 

(Collèges d'arts appliqués et de technologie — Conseils 

d'administration et Conseil des affaires collégiales) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 770 a été modifié antérieurement. Ces 
modifications sont indiquées dans la Table des règle- 
ments publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 19 jan- 
vier 2002. 

1. L'alinéa 3 (1) a) du Règlement 770 des Règlements refondus 
de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui suit : 

a) un nombre de membres pair compris entre douze et vingt 
nommés par le Conseil des affaires collégiales, dont aucun ne 
peut être un employé à temps complet ou le conjoint ou parte- 



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naire de même sexe d'un employé à temps complet d'un col- 
lège d'arts appliqués et de technologie; 

DiANNE Cunningham 
Ministre de la Formation et des Collèges et Universités 



Faille 17 janvier 2002. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 28/02 
made under the 

MINISTRY OF TRAINING, COLLEGES AND 
UNIVERSITIES ACT 

Made: January 17,2002 

Approved: January 23, 2002 

Filed: January 28, 2002 

COLLEGES OF APPLIED ARTS AND 

TECHNOLOGY — COLLÈGE D'ARTS 

APPLIQUÉS ET DE TECHNOLOGIE DES 

GRANDS LACS 

Winding-up of the college 

1. (I) The Minister may continue the process of winding-up the 
college known as Collège d'arts appliqués et de technologie des 
Grands Lacs, which college was continued by section 4.2 of Regula- 
tion 771 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 

(2) Except as provided in this Regulation, the board of governors 
of the college shall take all steps necessary for the orderly winding-up 
of the college. 

(3) Sections 132, 230, 231 and 243 of the Corporations Act do not 
apply to the winding-up of the college under this Regulation and for 
greater certainty, a liquidator shall not be appointed under that Act. 

(4) For the purpose of dealing with the winding-up of the college, 
a majority of the board of governors constitutes a quorum. 

(5) Any budget established by the board of governors for winding- 
up of the college and any expenditures approved by it related to the 
winding-up are subject to the approval of the Minister and the budget 
shall not be finalized or the expenditures incurred until approved by 
the Minister. 

(6) The board of governors shall co-operate fully with the Minister 
or any person acting on behalf of the Minister in planning and imple- 
menting the winding-up of the college. 

(7) Subject to the direction of the Minister, the board of governors 
shall make provisions, 

(a) for the retention of the corporate records of the college and of 
other appropriate records of the college after its winding-up; 
and 

(b) for reasonable access by students and former students of the 
college to their academic records during and after the winding- 
up of the college. 

(8) Nothing in this Regulation detracts from the obligations of the 
board of governors as an employer, including as the employer under 



the Colleges Collective Bargaining Act and as the employer under any 
collective agreements negotiated under that Act. 

Appointment of administrator 

2. (1) After the board of governors has taken all necessary steps to 
wind-up the college but before the college is dissolved, the Minister 
may appoint a person to temporarily administer the business and af- 
fairs of the college, subject to such conditions and restrictions as the 
Minister may impose upon the administrator. 

(2) Subject to any conditions or restrictions that the Minister may 
have imposed, the administrator has all of the powers of the board of 
governors of the college and may exercise them for the purpose of 
completing the winding-up of the college. 

(3) The board of governors of the college cannot exercise any of 
its powers, except powers in respect of matters that are explicitly 
reserved to it through conditions or restrictions imposed by the Minis- 
ter on the administrator, while the administrator holds office. 

(4) The Minister may terminate the appointment of the administra- 
tor when the Minister is satisfied that the temporary administration of 
the business and affairs of the college is no longer necessary. 

(5) The administrator shall report to the Minister as required by the 
Minister and, if any powers in respect of matters are explicitly 
reserved to the board of governors, to the board of governors on those 
matters. 

(6) The Minister may issue directions to the administrator with 
regard to any matter within the jurisdiction of the administrator and 
the administrator shall carry out the directions. 

(7) No proceeding shall be commenced against the Crown or the 
Minister with respect to the appointment of an administrator imder 
this section. 

Proceedings against board of governors or administrator 

3. (I) No action or other proceeding for damages or otherwise 
shall be instituted against the board of governors, an individual mem- 
ber of the board of governors or an administrator appointed under 
section 2 for any act done in good faith in the execution or intended 
execution of any duty or authority under this Regulation or for any 
alleged neglect or default in execution in good faith of any such duty 
or authority. 

(2) Subsection (I) does not, by reason of subsections 5 (2) and (4) 
of the Proceedings Against the Crown Act, relieve the Crown of li- 
ability in respect of a tort committed by the board of governors, an 
individual member of the board of governors or an administrator to 
which the Crown would otherwise be subject and the Crown is liable 
under that Act for any such tort in the same manner as if subsection 
(1) had not been enacted. 

DiANNE Cunningham 
Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities 



Dated on January 17, 2002. 



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O.Reg. 29/02 217 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 28/02 
pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LE MINISTÈRE DE LA FORMATION 
ET DES COLLÈGES ET UNIVERSITÉS 

pris le 17 janvier 2002 

approuvé le 23 janvier 2002 

déposé le 28 janvier 2002 

COLLÈGES D'ARTS APPLIQUÉS ET DE 

TECHNOLOGIE — COLLÈGE D'ARTS APPLIQUÉS 

ET DE TECHNOLOGIE DES GRANDS LACS 

Liquidation du collège 

1. (1) Le ministre peut poursuivre le processus de liquidation du 
Collège d'arts appliqués et de technologie des Grands Lacs maintenu 
par l'article 4.2 du Règlement 771 des Règlements refondus de 
l'Ontario de 1990. 

(2) Sous réserve du présent règlement, le conseil d'administration 
du collège prend toutes les mesures nécessaires à la liquidation or- 
donnée du collège. 

(3) Les articles 132, 230, 231 et 243 de la Loi sur les personnes 
morales ne s'appliquent pas à la liquidation du collège aux termes du 
présent règlement et il est entendu qu'un liquidateur ne doit pas être 
nommé en vertu de cette loi. 

(4) Pour les besoins de la liquidation du collège, la majorité des 
membres du conseil d'administration constitue le quorum. 

(5) Tout budget que le conseil d'administration établit pour la 
liquidation du collège et toute dépense qu'il approuve en ce qui 
concerne celle-ci est soumis à l'approbation du ministre. Le budget ne 
doit pas être mis au point et les dépenses ne doivent pas être engagées 
avant d'avoir été approuvés par ce dernier. 

(6) Le conseil d'administration collabore pleinement avec le mi- 
nistre ou toute personne qui agit au nom de celui-ci pour la planifica- 
tion et la mise à exécution de la liquidation du collège. 

(7) Sous réserve des directives du ministre, le conseil 
d'administration prend des dispositions pour les besoins suivants : 

a) la conservation des registres sociaux du collège et des autres 
dossiers appropriés du collège après la liquidation de celui-ci; 

b) l'accès raisonnable des étudiants et des anciens étudiants du 
collège à leurs dossiers pendant et après la liquidation du col- 
lège. 

(8) Le présent règlement n'a aucune incidence sur les obligations 
du conseil d'administration en tant qu'employeur, y compris en tant 
qu'employeur dans le cadre de la Loi sur la négociation collective 
dans les collèges et en tant qu'employeur dans le cadre de toute 
convention collective négociée en vertu de cette loi. 

Nomination d'un administrateur 

2. (1) Une fois que le conseil d'administration a pris toutes les 
mesures nécessaires à la liquidation du collège mais avant la dissolu- 
tion de celui-ci, le ministre peut nommer une personne pour adminis- 
trer provisoirement les affaires et les activités du collège, sous réserve 
des conditions et restrictions que le ministre impose à celle-ci. 

(2) Sous réserve des conditions ou restrictions que le ministre a pu 
imposer, l'administrateur a tous les pouvoirs du conseil 
d'administration du collège et peut les exercer en vue d'achever la 
liquidation du collège. 

(3) Le conseil d'administration du collège ne peut exercer aucun 
de ses pouvoirs, à l'exception des pouvoirs concernant des questions 
qui lui sont explicitement réservés par le biais de conditions ou 
restrictions que le ministre impose à l'administrateur, pendant la durée 



trictions que le ministre impose à l'administrateur, pendant la durée 
du mandat de celui-ci. 

(4) Le ministre peut révoquer la nomination de l'administrateur 
s'il est convaincu que l'administration provisoire des affaires et des 
activités du collège n'est plus nécessaire. 

(5) L'administrateur fait au ministre les rapports qu'exige celui-ci. 
Si des pouvoirs concernant certaines questions sont explicitement 
réservés au conseil d'administration, il fait un rapport sur ces ques- 
tions à celui-ci. 

(6) Le ministre peut donner des directives à l'administrateur sur 
des questions relevant de la compétence de ce dernier et 
l'administrateur doit les appliquer. 

(7) Sont irrecevables les instances introduites contre la Couronne 
ou le ministre en ce qui concerne la nomination d'un administrateur 
en vertu du présent article. 

Instances introduites contre le conseil d'administration ou 
l'administrateur 

3. (1) Sont irrecevables les actions ou autres instances en domma- 
ges-intérêts ou autres introduites contre le conseil d'administration, un 
membre particulier de celui-ci ou un administrateur nommé en vertu 
de l'article 2 pour un acte accompli de bonne foi dans l'exercice ef- 
fectif ou censé tel des fonctions ou des pouvoirs que lui attribue le 
présent règlement ou pour une négligence ou un manquement qu'il 
aurait commis dans l'exercice de bonne foi de ces fonctions ou pou- 
voirs. 

(2) Malgré les paragraphes 5 (2) et (4) de la Loi sur les instances 
introduites contre la Couronne, le paragraphe (I) ne dégage pas la 
Couronne de la responsabilité qu'elle serait autrement tenue 
d'assumer à l'égard d'un délit civil commis par le conseil 
d'administration, un membre particulier de celui-ci ou un administra- 
teur et la Couronne est responsable, en vertu de cette loi, d'un tel délit 
civil comme si le paragraphe (I) n'avait pas été adopté. 

DiANNE Cunningham 
Ministre de la Formation et des Collèges et Universités 



Faille 1 7 janvier 2002. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 29/02 

made under the 

COURTS OF JUSTICE ACT 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 28, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 67/92 
(Salaries and Benefits of Provincial Judges) 

Ontario Regulation 67/92 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



1. (1) Subsection 4 (1) of Ontario Regulation 67/92 is amended 
by striking out "section 44 of the Act" and substituting "section 
47 of the Act". 

(2) Paragraphs 1 and 2 of subsection 4 (2) of the Regulation 
are revoked and the following substituted: 



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O.Reg. 31/02 



1 . The salary of the Chief Justice, in the case of, 

i. a Chief Justice who ceases to hold office as a judge under 
subsection 47 (1) of the Act on or after attaining the age 
for retirement or who resigns under subsection 48 (1) of 
the Act, 

ii. a judge who held the office of Chief Justice and who held 
the office of Chief Justice, regional senior judge or 
Co-ordinator of Justices of the Peace for a total of five 
years or more, or 

iii. a judge who held the office of Chief Justice anu who was 
appointed to hold office, on or after February 28, 1995, as 
Chief Justice, Associate Chief Justice, Associate Chief Jus- 
tice Co-ordinator of Justices of the Peace or regional senior 
judge and who held one or more of those offices for a total 
of three years or more. 

1 . 1 The salary of an Associate Chief Justice, in the case of, 

i. an Associate Chief Justice or Associate Chief Justice 
Co-ordinator of Justices of the Peace who ceases to hold 
office as a judge under subsection 47 (1) of the Act on or 
after attaining the age for retirement or who resigns under 
subsection 48 (1) of the Act, 

ii. a judge who held the office of Associate Chief Justice or 
Associate Chief Justice Co-ordinator of Justices of the 
Peace who was appointed to hold office, on or after Febru- 
ary 28, 1 995, as Associate Chief Justice, Associate Chief 
Justice Co-ordinator of Justices of the Peace or regional 
senior judge and who held one or more of those offices for 
a total of three years or more. 

2. The salary of a regional senior judge, in the case of, 

i. a regional senior judge or Co-ordinator of Justices of the 
Peace who ceases to hold office as a judge under 
subsection 47 (1) of the Act on or after attaining the age 
for retirement or who resigns under subsection 48 (1) of 
the Act, 

ii. a judge who held the office of regional senior judge or 
Co-ordinator of Justices of the Peace for a total of five 
years or more, or 

iii. a judge who was appointed to hold office, on or after Feb- 
ruary 28, 1995, as regional senior judge and who held that 
office for three years or more. 

2. Section 36 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

36. (1) Interest payable on amounts under this Part shall be com- 
pounded each year as of December 3 1 at a rate for the year that is the 
average monthly yield in the calendar year of five-year personal fi.xed 
term chartered bank deposit rates as determined from the Canadian 
Socio-Economic Information Management (CANSIM) Series 
B 14045 published monthly in the Bank of Canada Review. 

(2) If interest is to be paid to a day that is before December 3 1 in a 
year, interest shall be computed from January 1 of the year at a rate 
that is the average monthly yield in the calendar year of five-year 
personal fixed term chartered bank deposit rates as determined from 
the Canadian Socio-Economic Information Management (CANSIM) 
Series B 14045 published monthly in the Bank of Canada Review to 
the most recent of December of the previous year or March, June or 
September of the year. 

7/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 30/02 

made under the 

ONTARIO MUNICIPAL BOARD ACT 

Made: January 28, 2002 
Filed: January 29, 2002 

CONSOLIDATING MATTERS OR 
HEARING THEM TOGETHER 

Order 

1. If the Board considers that two or more matters are related to 
each other by common facts, issues, questions of law or for any other 
reason, it may, 

(a) order the matters be consolidated, heard at the same time or 
heard one immediately after the other; or 

(b) stay or adjourn any matter until the determination of any other 
matter. 

Discretion of panel 

2. An order that proceedings be heard at the same time or one 
immediately after the other does not affect the discretion of the Board 
panel at the hearing to order otherwise. 

Revocation 

3. Regulation 889 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
and Ontario Regulations 74/92 and 646/94 are revoked. 

Ontario Municipal Board: 



David Johnson 
Chair 



Dated on January 28, 2002. 

7/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 31/02 

made under the 

TRADES QUALIFICATION AND 
APPRENTICESHIP ACT 

Made: January 23, 2002 
Filed: January 30, 2002 

FEES 

Fees 

1. (1) A fee of SI per six-hour unit of training, or part of a unit, 
in a course of training or study within an approved apprenticeship 
program is payable by apprentices, except as otherwise provided in 
this section. 

(2) No fee is payable for a course of training or study within an 
approved apprenticeship program by an apprentice who, 

(a) is enrolled in a secondary school program leading to an Ontario 
Secondary School Diploma; and 



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(b) is registered as an apprentice in the Ontario Youth Apprentice- 
ship Program or a similar program approved by the Director 
and under the supervision of a board as defined in the Educa- 
tion Act in which students receive training and work experience 
in the trade, other occupation or skill set in respect of which the 
contract of apprenticeship is approved under section 12 of the 
Act. 

(3) The Director may approve a fee greater than that listed in 
subsection (1) for a course of training or study within an approved 
apprenticeship program if, 

(a) demand for spaces in the program exceeds supply; 

(b) the cost of delivering the program substantially exceeds the 
combination of funding for the program under the Act and the 
fee that would otherwise be charged under subsection ( 1 ); 

(c) there are strong employment prospects with reasonable expec- 
tations for high income for graduates on completion of the pro- 
gram; and 

(d) the committee established under section 3 of the Act for that 
trade recommends to the Minister that the program be subject 
to a greater fee. 

(4) The Director may approve a fee greater than that listed in 
subsection (1) for a course of training or study within an approved 
apprenticeship program that does not meet the criteria in subsection 
(3) if the fee for the course was charged immediately before this 
Regulation comes into force. 

(5) Fees for courses of training or study within approved appren- 
ticeship programs are payable by apprentices for all courses of train- 
ing or study that commence on or after August 1 , 2002. 

(6) For purposes of this section, 

"course of training or study" means a course of training or study, 
other than workplace-based training, that is fiinded by the Minister 
and that delivers the approved curriculum to apprentices. 



tion Act in which students receive training and work experience 
in the trade, other occupation or skill set in respect of which the 
application is made under subsection 6 (1 ) of the Act. 

(3) The Director may approve a fee greater than that listed in 
subsection (1) for a course of training or study within an approved 
apprenticeship program if, 

(a) demand for spaces in the program exceeds supply; 

(b) the cost of delivering the program substantially exceeds the 
combination of funding for the program under the Act and the 
fee that would otherwise be charged under subsection ( 1 ); 

(c) there are strong employment prospects with reasonable expec- 
tations for high income for graduates on completion of the pro- 
gram; and 

(d) the committee established under section 5 of the Act for that 
trade recommends to the Minister that the program be subject 
to a greater fee. 

(4) The Director may approve a fee greater than that listed in 
subsection (I) for a course of training or study within an approved 
apprenticeship program that does not meet the criteria in subsection 
(3) if the fee for the course was charged immediately before this 
Regulation comes into force. 

(5) Fees for courses of training or study within approved appren- 
ticeship programs are payable by apprentices for all courses of train- 
ing or study that commence on or after August 1 , 2002. 

(6) Forpurposesof this section, 

"course of training or study" means a course of training or study, 
other than workplace-based training, that is fiinded by the Minister 
and that delivers the approved curriculum to apprentices. 

DiANNE CUNNtNGHAM 
Minister of Training. Colleges and Universities 



im 



ONTARIO REGULATION 32/02 
made under the 



Dated on January 6, 2002. 



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APPRENTICESHIP AND 
CERTIFICATION ACT, 1998 

Made: January 6, 2002 
Filed: January 30, 2002 

FEES 

Fees 

1. (I) A fee of $10 per six-hour unit of training, or part of a unit, 
in a course of training or study within an approved apprenticeship 
program is payable by apprentices, except as otherwise provided in 
this section. 

(2) No fee is payable for a course of training or study within an 
approved apprenticeship program by an apprentice who, 

(a) is enrolled in a secondary school program leading to an Ontario 
Secondary School Diploma; and 

(b) is registered as an apprentice in the Ontario Youth Apprentice- 
ship Program or a similar program approved by the Director 
and under the supervision of a board as defined in the Educa- 



ONTARIO REGULATION 33/02 
made under the 

COMMUNITY CARE ACCESS 
CORPORATIONS ACT, 2001 

Made: February 1,2002 
Filed: February 1,2002 

COMMUNITY CARE ACCESS CORPORATIONS 

Designation and naming of community care access corporations 

1. (1) Each corporation listed in Column 1 of the Table to this 
Regulation is designated under subsection 2 (1) of the Act as a com- 
munity care access corporation. 

(2) The designation takes effect on the date specified in Column 2 
of the Table. 

(3) When the designation takes effect, the community care access 
corporation has the name or names set out in Column 3 of the Table. 



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Status as approved agency 

2. (I) Every community care access corporation is deemed under 
subsection 3 (1) of the Act to be an approved agency under the Long- 
Term Care Act, 1994. 

(2) Each approved agency is approved to provide all of the profes- 
sional services listed in subsection 2 (7) of the Long-Term Care Act, 
1994. 

(3) Each approved agency is approved to provide all of the per- 
sonal support services listed in subsection 2 (6) of the Long-Term 
Care Act, 1994. 



(4) Each approved agency is approved to provide the following 
homemaking services: 

1. The services listed in paragraphs 1, 2, 5 to 10, 13 and 14 of 
subsection 2 (5) of the Long-Term Care Act, 1994. 

2. The services listed in paragraphs 11 and 12 of subsection 2 (5) 
of the Long-Term Care Act, 1994, but only in connection with 
the services listed in paragraphs 1, 2 and 5 to 10 of that subsec- 
tion. 

Commencement 

3. This Regulation comes into force on February 16, 2002. 



TABLE 
COMMUNITY CARE ACCESS CORPORATIONS 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Corporation Being Designated 


Effective Date 


Name(s) of Community Care Access Corporation 


1. 


Access Centre for Community Care in Lanark, 
Leeds and Grenville, incorporated under the 
Corporations Act on November 25, 1996. 


February 16,2002 


Access Centre for Community Care in Lanark, 
Leeds and Grenville in English and Centre 
d'accès aux soins communautaires de Lanark, 
Leeds et Grenville in French 


2. 


Access Centre for Hastings & Prince Edward 
Counties, incorporated under the Corporations 
Act on September 22, 1997. 


February 1 6, 2002 


Access Centre for Hastings & Prince Edward 
Counties in English and Centre d'accès des 
comtés de Hastings et Prince Edward in French 


3. 


Algoma Community Care Access Centre, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
June 23, 1997. 


February 16, 2002 


Algoma Community Care Access Centre in 
English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires d'Algoma in French 


4. 


Brant Community Care Access Centre, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
Novembers, 1996. 


February 1 6, 2002 


Brant Community Care Access Centre in English 
and Centre d'accès aux soins communautaires de 
Brant in French 


5. 


Chatham/Kent Community Care Access 
Centre, incorporated under the Corporations 
Act on September 12, 1996. 


February 16,2002 


Chatham/Kent Community Care Access Centre 
in English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de Chatham/Kent in French 


6. 


Cochrane District Community Care Access 
Centre/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires du district de Cochrane, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
December 19, 1996. 


February 16,2002 


Cochrane District Community Care Access 
Centre/Centre d'accès aux soins communautaires 
du district de Cochrane 


7. 


Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) — 
Oxford, incorporated under the Corporations 
Act on December 5, 1996. 


February 16,2002 


Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) — 
Oxford in English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires (CASC) — Oxford in French 


8. 


Community Care Access Centre for Huron, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
August 20, 1996. 


February 16,2002 


Community Care Access Centre for Huron in 
English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de Huron in French 


9. 


Community Care Access Centre for Kenora 
and Rainy River Districts, incorporated under 
the Corporations Act on February 5, 1997. 


February 16,2002 


Community Care Access Centre for Kenora and 
Rainy River Districts in English and Centre 
d'accès aux soins communautaires des districts 
de Kenora et Rainy River in French 


10. 


Community Care Access Centre for the 
Eastern Counties/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires pour les comtés de l'Est, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
December 17, 1996. 


February 16,2002 


Community Care Access Centre for the Eastern 
Counties/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires pour les comtés de l'Est 


11. 


Community Care Access Centre Niagara, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
November 29, 1996. 


February 16,2002 


Community Care Access Centre Niagara in 
English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires Niagara in French 


12. 


Community Care Access Centre of Halton, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
Septembers, 1997. 


February 16,2002 


Community Care Access Centre of Halton in 
English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de Halton in French 



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Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Corporation Being Designated 


Effective Date 


Name(s) of Community Care Access Corporation 


13. 


Community Care Access Centre of London 
and Middlesex/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de London et Middlesex, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
October 15, 1996. 


February 16,2002 


Community Care Access Centre of London and 
Middlesex/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de London et Middlesex 


14. 


Community Care Access Centre of 
Peel/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de Peel, incorporated under 
the Corporations Act on December 11, 1996. 


February 16,2002 


Community Care Access Centre of Peel/Centre 
d'accès aux soins communautaires de Peel 


15. 


Community Care Access Centre of Waterloo 
Region, incorporated under the Corporations 
/Icr on October 28, 1996. 


Febniary 16,2002 


Community Care Access Centre of Waterloo 
Region in English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de la région de Waterioo in 
French 


16. 


Community Care Access Centre of 
Wellington-Dufferin, incorporated under the 
Corporations Act on November 8, 1996. 


Febniary 16,2002 


Community Care Access Centre of Wellington- 
Dufferin in English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de Wellington-Dufferin in 
French 


17. 


Community Care Access Centre of York 
Region, incorporated under the Corporations 
Act on November 14, 1996. 


Febniary 16,2002 


Community Care Access Centre of York Region 
in English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de la région de York in French 


18. 


Community Care Access Centre Perth County, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
January 14, 1997. 


Febniary 16, 2002 


Community Care Access Centre Perth County in 
English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires du comté de Perth in French 


19. 


Community Care Access Centre Simcoe 
County/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires comté de Simcoe, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
November 25, 1996. 


February 16,2002 


Community Care Access Centre Simcoe 
County/Centre d'accès aux soins communautaires 
comté de Simcoe 


20. 


Community Care Access Centre 
Timiskaming/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires Timiskaming, incorporated 
under the Corporations Act on Febt\iary 2 1 , 
1997. 


Febniary 16,2002 


Community Care Access Centre 
Timiskaming/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires Timiskaming 


21. 


Community Care Access Centre of The 
District of Thunder Bay, incorporated under 
the Corporations Act on April 1 1, 1997. 


Febniary 16,2002 


Community Care Access Centre of The District 
of Thunder Bay in English and Centre d'accès 
aux soins communautaires du district de Thunder 
Bay in French 


22. 


Durham Access to Care, incorporated under 
the Corporations Act on December 9, 1996. 


Febniary 16,2002 


Durham Access to Care in English and Accès aux 
soins de Durham in French 


23. 


East York Access Centre for Community 
Services/Centre d'accès aux services 
communautaires d'East York, incorporated 
under the Corporations Act on January 30, 
1997. 


Febniary 1 6, 2002 


East York Access Centre for Community 
Services/Centre d'accès aux services 
communautaires d'East York 


24. 


Elgin Community Care Access Centre, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
December 27, 1996. 


Febniary 16,2002 


Elgin Community Care Access Centre in English 
and Centre d'accès aux soins communautaires 
d' Elgin in French 


25. 


Etobicoke Community Care Access 
Centre/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires d'Etobicoke, incorporated 
under the Corporations Act on January 30, 
1997. 


Febniary 16,2002 


Etobicoke Community Care Access 
Centre/Centre d'accès aux soins communautaires 
d'Etobicoke 


26. 


Grey-Bruce Community Care Access Centre, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
September 16, 1996. 


Febniary 16, 2002 


Grey-Bruce Community Care Access Centre in 
English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de Grey-Bruce in French 


27. 


Haliburton, Northumberland and Victoria 
Long-Term Care Access Centre, incorporated 
under the Corporations Act on December 27, 
1996. 


Febniary 16,2002 


Haliburton, Northumberland and Victoria Long- 
Term Care Access Centre in English and Centre 
d'accès aux soins de longue durée de Haliburton, 
Northumberiand et Victoria in French 



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Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Corporation Being Designated 


Effective Date 


Name(s) of Community Care Access Corporation 


28. 


Haldimand-Norfolk Community Care Access 
Centre, incorporated under the Corporations 
^c/ on January 28, 1997. 


February 16,2002 


Haldimand-Norfolk Community Care Access 
Centre in English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de Haldimand-Norfolk in 
French 


29. 


Hamilton Community Care Access Centre, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
March 17, 1997. 


February 16,2002 


Hamilton Community Care Access Centre in 
English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de Hamilton in French 


30. 


Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington 
Community Care Access Centre, incorporated 
under the Corporations Act on November 25, 
1996. 


February 16,2002 


Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington 
Community Care Access Centre in English and 
Centre d'accès aux soins communautaires de 
Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington in 
French 


31. 


Manitoulin-Sudbury Community Care Access 
Centre, incorporated under the Corporations 
Act on December 20, 1996. 


February 1 6, 2002 


Manitoulin-Sudbury Community Care Access 
Centre in English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de Manitoulin-Sudbury in 
French 


32. 


Near North Community Care Access 
Centre/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires du Moyen-Nord, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
March 6, 1997. 


February 16,2002 


Near North Community Care Access 
Centre/Centre d'accès aux soins communautaires 
du Moyen-Nord 


33. 


North York Community Care Access 
Centre/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de North York, incorporated 
under the Corporations Act on January 30, 
1997. 


February 16,2002 


North York Community Care Access 
Centre/Centre d'accès aux soins communautaires 
de North York 

1 


34. 


Ottawa Community Care Access 
Centre/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires d'Ottawa, incorporated under 
the Corporations Act on January 1 5, 1997. 


February 1 6, 2002 


Ottawa Community Care Access Centre/Centre 
d'accès aux soins communautaires d'Ottawa 


35. 


Renfrew County Community Care Access 
Centre, incorporated under the Corporations 
Act on December 4, 1996. 


February 16,2002 


Renfrew County Community Care Access Centre 
in English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires du comté de Renfrew in French 


36. 


Samia/Lambton Community Care Access 
Centre, incorporated under the Corporations 
^c/ on August 28, 1996. 


February 16, 2002 


Samia/Lambton Community Care Access Centre 
in English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de Samia/Lambton in French 


37. 


Scarborough Community Care Access 
Centre/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de Scarborough, incorporated 
under the Corporations Act on January 30, 
1997. 


February 16,2002 


Scarborough Community Care Access 
Centre/Centre d'accès aux soins communautaires 
de Scarborough 


38. 


The Peterborough Community Access Centre 
Incorporated, incorporated under the 
Corporations Act on January 22, 1997. 


February 16,2002 


The Peterborough Community Access Centre 
Incorporated in English and Le Centre d'accès 
communautaire de Peterborough in French 


39. 


Toronto Community Care Access 
Centre/Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de Toronto, incorporated 
under the Corporations Act on February 3, 
1997. 


Febmary 16,2002 


Toronto Community Care Access Centre/Centre 
d'accès aux soins communautaires de Toronto 


40. 


Windsor/Essex Community Care Access 
Centre, incorporated under the Corporations 
/Icr on August 12, 1996. 


February 1 6, 2002 


Windsor/Essex Community Care Access Centre 
in English and Centre d'accès aux soins 
communautaires de Windsor/Essex in French 



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Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Corporation Being Designated 


Effective Date 


Name(s) of Community Care Access Corporation 


41. 


York Community Care Access Centre/Centre 
d'accès aux soins communautaires de Yorl<, 
incorporated under the Corporations Act on 
Februarys, 1997. 


February 16, 2002 


York Community Care Access Centre/Centre 
d'accès aux soins communautaires de York 



Helen Johns 

Minister without Portfolio and Associate Minister 

with responsibilities as assigned by the Premier 

and the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care 



Dated on February 1, 2002. 



7/02 



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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



2002—02—23 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 34/02 

made under the 

FISH AND WILDLIFE 
CONSERVATION ACT, 1997 

Made: February 5, 2002 
Filed: February 6, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 670/98 
(Open Seasons — Wildlife) 

Ontario Regulation 670/98 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



I. Item 4 of Table 2 of Ontario Regulation 670/98 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



4. 


46, 47, 49, 50, 53A, 53B, 64, 
66, 67, 69A, 696,71,72,73, 
74, 75, 76, 83, the geographic 
townships of Keppel and 
Sarawak in WMU 82A and 
the geographic township of 
Amabel in WMU 84 


From the Tuesday next 
following Labour Day 
to November 30, in any 
year. 



> 



John Snobelen 
Minister of Natural Resources 



Dated on February 5, 2002. 



8/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 35/02 

made under the 

FISH AND WILDLIFE 
CONSERVATION ACT, 1997 

Made: February 5, 2002 
Filed: February 6, 2002 

Amending Reg. 530 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Wildlife Management Units) 

Note: Regulation 530 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. The descriptions of Wildlife Management Units 82A, 83A 
and 84 set out in the Schedule to Regulation 530 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following sub- 
stituted: 



WMU82A 



All that land in the Counties of Bruce and Grey in the Province of 
Ontario described as follows: 

Beginning at the intersection of latitude 45° 00' north with longi- 
tude 80° 30' west; 

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of the 
easteriy boundary of the geographic Township of Collingwood with 
the water's edge of Nottawasaga Bay; 

Thence southeasterly along the easterly boundary of the said 
Township of Collingwood and the easterly boundary of the geo- 
graphic Township of Osprey to the southeast comer of the said Town- 
ship of Osprey; 

Thence southwesterly along the southerly boundary of the said 
township of Osprey to the easterly limit of the geographic Township 
of Artemesia; 

Thence southeasterly along the said easterly limit to the south- 
easterly comer of the geographic Township of Artemesia; 

Thence southwesterly along the southerly boundary of the said 
township of Artemesia to the northwest comer of the geographic 
Township of Melancthon; 

Thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the geographic 
Township of Proton to the southeast comer thereof; 

Thence westerly along the southerly boundary of the geographic 
townships of Proton, Egremont and Normanby to the intersection with 
the centre line of Bmce County Road No. 1 0; 

Thence northerly along the centre line of Bruce County Road 
No. 10 to the centre line of the road along the Grey-Btuce County 
Line; 

Thence continuing northerly along the centre line of the road 
along the Grey-Btuce County Line to the centre line of the Bmce 
County Road No. 10; 

Thence continuing northerly along the centre line of the Bmce 
County Road No. 10 to the centre line of Highway No. 6; 

Thence continuing northerly along the centre line of Highway 
No. 6 and the easterly boundary of the geographic Township of 
Amabel to the northeasterly comer of the said township of Amabel; 

Thence northeasterly along the water's edge on the northerly 
shore of Colpoy's Bay to the most easterly comer of the geographic 
Township of Albemarle; 

Thence northeasterly in a straight line to a point on a straight line 
between the intersection of latitude 45° 00' north with longitude 80° 
30' west and a point distant 64.3738 kilometres measured south astro- 
nomically from the southeast comer of the geographic Township of 
Humboldt, in the Territorial District of Sudbury, and which said point 
is distant 10 kilometres measured northwesterly from the said inter- 
section of latitude 45° 00' north with longitude 80° 30' west; 

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to the water's edge at the 
southerly extremity of Owen Sound; 

Thence continuing southwesterly along the production of that said 
straight line to its intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 6 
and No. 21; 



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Thence easterly along the centre line of Highway No. 6 and 
No. 21 to the intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 6 and 
No. 10; 

Thence southerly along the centre line of Highway No. 6 and 
No. 10 to the intersection with the centre line of Highway No. 10; 

Thence southeasterly along the centre line of Highway No. 10 to 
the intersection with the centre line of Grey County Road No. 40; 

Thence easterly and northerly along the centre line of Grey 
County Road No. 40 to the intersection with the westerly boundary of 
the geographic Township of Collingwood; 

Thence northerly along the westerly boundary of the said Town- 
ship of Collingwood to the water's edge of Nottawasaga Bay; 

Thence northerly in a straight line to the place of beginning. 

Saving and excepting thereout and therefroin Griffith Island in the 
inunicipal Township of Georgian Bluffs, in the County of Grey and 
any portion of Hay Island in the Town of South Bruce Peninsula, in 
the County of Bruce. 



WMU83A 



All that land in the County of Bruce in the Province of Ontario 
described as follows: 

Beginning at a point which may be located by starting at the 
southeast comer of the geographic Township of Humboldt, in the 
Territorial District of Sudbury; 

Thence south astronomically a distance of 64.3738 kilometres; 

Thence southeasterly in a straight line to the intersection of lati- 
tude 45° 00' north with longitude 80° 30' west; 

Thence northwesterly along the last mentioned course 10 metres 
to the point of beginning; 

Thence southwesterly in a straight line to the most easterly comer 
of the geographic Township of Albemarle, being at the water's edge 
on the northerly shore of Colpoy's Bay; 

Thence southwesterly along the water's edge on the northerly 
shore of Colpoy's Bay to the northeasterly comer of the geographic 
Township of Amabel; 

Thence westerly along the northerly boundary of the geographic 
Township of Amabel to the water's edge of Lake Huron; 

Thence west astronomically to the intersection with the Intema- 
tional Boundary between Canada and the United States of America; 

Thence in a northwesterly direction along that International 
Boundary to the intersection with a line drawn on a course of west 
astronomic from a point distant 64.3738 kilometres measured south 
astronomically from the southeast comer of the geographic Township 
of Humboldt, in the Territorial District of Sudbury; 

Thence east astronomically to that point; 

Thence in a southeasterly direction to the place of beginning. 

Saving and excepting thereout and therefrom any portion of Hay 
Island in the Town of South Brace Peninsula. 



Beginning at the northeasterly comer of the geographic Township 
of Amabel; 

Thence southerly along the easteriy boundary of the said Town- 
ship of Amabel to the centre line of Highway No. 6; 

Thence continuing southeriy along the centre line of Highway 
No. 6 to the centre line of Brace County Road No. 10; 

Thence continuing southerly along the centre line of Brace 
County Road No. 1 to the centre line of the road along the Grey- 
Brace County Line; 

Thence continuing southerly along the centre line of the road 
along the Grey-Brace County Line to the centre line of Brace County 
Road No. 10; 

Thence continuing southerly along the centre line of Brace 
County Road No. 10 to the intersection with the centre line of the road 
along the southerly boundary of the geographic Township of Carrick; 

Thence westeriy along the centre line of the road along the south- 
erly boundary of the geographic Townships of Carrick and Culross to 
the intersection with the easterly boundary of the geographic Town- 
ship of Kinloss; ^ 

Thence southerly along the easterly boundary of the said Town- 
ship of Kinloss to the intersection with the centre line of Highway 
No. 86; 

Thence northwesterly along the centre line of Highway No. 86 
and the northwesterly production of that said centre line to its 
intersection with the water's edge of Lake Huron; 

Thence west astronomically to the intersection with the Interna- 
tional Boundary between Canada and the United States of America; 

Thence in a northerly direction along that International Boundary 
to the intersection with a line drawn west astronomically from the 
intersection of the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of 
Amabel with the water's edge of Lake Huron; 

Thence east astronomically along that line to the said intersection 
of the northerly boundary of the geographic Township of Amabel 
with the water's edge of Lake Huron; 

Thence easteriy along the northerly limit of the geographic Town- 
ship of Amabel to the place of beginning. 

John Snobelen 
Minister of Natural Resources 



Dated on February 5, 2002. 
8/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 36/02 

made under the 

POLICE SERVICES ACT 

Made: February 6, 2002 
Filed: Febraary 7, 2002 



WMU84 



All that land in the County of Brace in the Province of Ontario 
described as follows: 



COURSES OF TRAINING FOR MEMBERS 
OF POLICE FORCES 

Initial training 

1. (1) Every municipal police officer shall, within six months of 
his or her appointment, successfully complete the Basic Constable 



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Training Program at the Ontario Police College as his or her initial 
training. 

(2) In the case of a police officer who previously completed a 
program of recruit police training in another province or territory and 
who successfully completed a probationary period in the other prov- 
ince or territory equivalent to the probationary period under section 44 
of the Act, the Director of the Ontario Police College may, within six 
months of the police officer's appointment to an Ontario municipal 
police force, exempt the police officer from the requirement in 
subsection (1) if, in the Director's opinion, the police officer's 
qualifications and skills are substantially equivalent to those that 
would be obtained in the Basic Constable Training Program. 

(3) In exempting a pwlice officer under subsection (2), the Director 
may require the police officer to complete other specified courses or 
examinations, or both, to ensure that the police officer's qualifications 
and skills will be equivalent to those that would be obtained in the 
Basic Constable Training Program. 

(4) The Director of the Ontario Police College shall issue a certifi- 
cate of completion to every person who, 

(a) successfully completes the Basic Constable Training Program; 



(b) having been exempted under subsection (2), successfully com- 
pletes the courses and examinations specified under subsection 
(3), if any. 



b) a été exempté en vertu du paragraphe (2) et termine avec suc- 
cès les cours précisés et réussit les examens précisés en appli- 
cation du paragraphe (3), le cas échéant. 



8/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 37/02 

made under the 

PAY EQUITY ACT 

Made: February 6, 2002 
Filed: February 7, 2002 

AMENDMENT TO THE APPENDIX 
TO THE SCHEDULE TO THE ACT 

Amendment 

1. The Appendix to the Schedule to the Pay Equity Act is amended 
by striking out clause (b) of item I under the heading "MINISTRY 
OF HEALTH" and substituting the following: 

(b) a nursing home under the authority of a licence issued under 
the Nursing Homes Act but, for greater certainty, only in 
respect of its nursing home beds with respect to which funding 
is received from the Province of Ontario; 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 36/02 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR LES SERVICES POLICIERS 

pris le 6 février 2002 
déposé le 7 février 2002 

COURS DE FORMATION POUR 
LES MEMBRES DES CORPS DE POLICE 

Formation initiale 

1. (1) Dans les six mois de sa nomination, l'agent de police muni- 
cipal termine avec succès, comme formation initiale, le Programme de 
formation de base des agents de police du Collège de police de 
l'Ontario. 

(2) Dans le cas d'un agent de police qui a terminé antérieurement 
un programme de formation des recrues dans une autre province ou un 
territoire et qui y a terminé avec succès une période d'essai équiva- 
lente à celle visée à l'article 44 de la Loi, le directeur du Collège de 
police de l'Ontario peut, dans les six mois de la nomination de l'agent 
de police à un corps de police municipal de l'Ontario, l'exempter de 
l'exigence prévue au paragraphe (1) s'il estime que les qualités et les 
compétences qu'il possède sont essentiellement équivalentes à celles 
qui seraient acquises dans le cadre du Programme de formation de 
base des agents de police. 

(3) Le directeur peut exiger que l'agent de police qu'il exempte en 
vertu du paragraphe (2) termine d'autres cours précisés ou subisse 
d'autres examens précisés, ou les deux, pour faire en sorte que ses 
qualités et compétences soient équivalentes à celles qui seraient 
acquises dans le cadre du Programme de formation de base des agents 
de police. 

(4) Le directeur du Collège de police de l'Ontario délivre une 
attestation d'achèvement de formation à quiconque, selon le cas : 

a) termine avec succès le Programme de formation de base des 
agents de police; 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 37/02 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR L'ÉQUITÉ SALARIALE 

pris le 6 février 2002 
déposé le 7 février 2002 

MODIFICATION APPORTÉE À 
L'APPENDICE DE L'ANNEXE DE LA LOI 

Modification 

1. L'appendice de l'annexe de la Loi sur l'équité salariale est 
modifié par substitution de ce qui suit à l'alinéa b) du numéro 1 sous 
l'intertitre «MINISTÈRE DE LA SANTÉ» : 

b) une maison de soins infirmiers, aux termes d'un permis délivré 
en vertu de la Loi sur les maisons de soins infirmiers, étant tou- 
tefois entendu que seuls sont visés les lits de la maison de soins 
infirmiers à l'égard desquels celle-ci reçoit des fonds de la pro- 
vince de l'Ontario; 

8/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 38/02 

made under the 

PUBLIC LANDS ACT 

Made: February 6, 2002 
Filed: February 7, 2002 

Revoking Reg. 972 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Fees for Certificates and Orders) 

1. Regulation 972 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
and Ontario Regulation 335/93 are revoked. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 39/02 

made under the 

REGULATED HEALTH 
PROFESSIONS ACT, 1991 

Made: January 26, 2002 

Approved: February 6, 2002 

Filed: February 8, 2002 

CERTIFICATES OF AUTHORIZATION 

Eligibility 

1. (1) A corporation is eligible to hold a certificate of authoriza- 
tion issued by a College if all the following conditions are met: 

1. The articles of the corporation provide that the corporation 
cannot carry on a business other than the practice of the profes- 
sion governed by the College and activities related to or ancil- 
lary to the practice of that profession. 

2. Each shareholder of the corporation holds a certificate of regis- 
tration issued by the Registrar of the College. 

3. The name of the corporation meets the standards described in 
subsections (2) to (5). 

(2) The name of the corporation must meet the requirements in 
section 3.2 of the Business Corporations Act and must not violate the 
provisions of any other Act. 

(3) The name of the corporation must include the surname of one 
or more shareholders of the corporation, as the surname is set out in 
the College register, and may also include the shareholder's given 
name, one or more of the shareholder's initials or a combination of his 
or her given name and initials. 

(4) The name of the corporation must indicate the health profes- 
sion practised by the shareholders. 

(5) The name of the corporation must not include any information 
other than the information permitted or required by subsections (2), 
(3) and (4). 

Issuance of certificate 

2. (1) A College shall issue a certificate of authorization to a 
corporation in respect of a particular profession if the corporation is 
eligible to hold one and applies for the certificate by giving the 
following information and documents to the Registrar: 

1 . A completed application in a form approved by the College. 

2. The application fee required by the by-laws of the College. 

3. A certificate of status of the corporation issued by the Ministry 
of Consumer and Business Services not more than 30 days 
before the application is submitted to the Registrar, which 
indicates that the corporation is active. 

4. A certified copy of the certificate of incorporation of the corpo- 
ration. 

5. A certified copy of every certificate of the corporation that has 
been endorsed under the Business Corporations Act as of the 
day the application is submitted. 

6. The statutory declaration of a director of the corporation, exe- 
cuted not more than 15 days before the application is submitted 
to the Registrar, certifying, 

i. that the corporation is in compliance with section 3.2 of 
the Business Corporations Act as of the date the statutory 
declaration is executed. 



ii. that the corporation does not carry on, and does not plan to 
carry on, any business that is not the practice of the 
profession governed by the College or activities related to 
or ancillary to the practice of that profession, 

iii. that there has been no change in the status of the corpora- 
tion since the date of the certificate of status referred to in 
paragraph 3, and 

iv. that the information contained in the application is com- 
plete and accurate as of the day the statutory declaration is 
executed. 

7. The name of each person who is a shareholder of the corpora- 
tion as of the day the application is submitted and his or her 
business address, business telephone number and registration 
number with the College as of that day. 

8. The names of the directors and the officers of the corporation 
as of the day the application is submitted. 

9. The address of the premises at which the corporation carries on 
activities as of the day the application is submitted. 

(2) A College may issue a revised certificate of authorization to a 
corporation if the corporation changes its name after the certificate of 
authorization has been issued to it. 

Refusal to issue 

3. The College shall refuse to issue a certificate of authorization if 
the corporation is not eligible to hold one or if the corporation does 
not comply with section 2. 

Duty to notify College 

4. (1) If a corporation that holds a certificate of authorization 
changes its name or its articles of incorporation, the corporation shall 
promptly notify the College and give the College a copy of a certifi- 
cate of the corporation that has been endorsed under the Business 
Corporations Act indicating the change. 

(2) A corporation ceases to be eligible to hold a certificate of 
authorization if the corporation fails to notify the College when the 
corporation changes its name or its articles of incorporation or fails to 
give the College the certificate described in subsection (1). 

Annual renewal of certificate 

5. The College shall renew a certificate of authorization for a cor- 
poration in respect of a particular profession on an annual basis if the 
corporation applies for the renewal by giving the following informa- 
tion and documents to the Registrar: 

1 . A completed application for renewal in a form approved by the 
College. 

2. The annual renewal fee required by the by-laws of the College. 

3. A certificate of status of the corporation issued by the Ministry 
of Consumer and Business Services not more than 30 days 
before the day it is submitted to the Registrar, which indicates 
that the corporation is active. 

4. A certified copy of every certificate of the corporation that has 
been endorsed under the Business Corporations Act since the 
corporation's most recent application for a certificate of 
authorization or for renewal of its certificate of authorization. 

5. The statutory declaration of a director of the corporation, exe- 
cuted not more than 15 days before the application for renewal 
is submitted to the Registrar, certifying, 

i. that the corporation is in compliance with section 3.2 of 
the Business Corporations Act as of the date the statutory 
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ii. that the corporation does not carry on, and does not plan to 
carry on, any business that is not the practice of the profes- 
sion governed by the College or activities related to or an- 
cillary to the practice of that profession, 

iii. that there has been no change in the status of the corpora- 
tion since the date of the certificate of status referred to in 
paragraph 3, and 

iv. that the information contained in the application for 
renewal is complete and accurate as of the date the 
statutory declaration is executed. 

6. The name of each person who is a shareholder of the corpora- 
tion as of the day the application for renewal is submitted and 
his or her business address, business telephone number and 
registration number with the College as of that day. 

7. The names of the directors and the officers of the corporation 
as of the day the application for renewal is submitted. 

8. The address of the premises at which the corporation carries on 
activities as of the day the application for renewal is submitted. 

Revocation of certificate 

6. (1) The following are the grounds upon which a corporation's 
certificate of authorization may be revoked: 

1. The corporation ceases to be eligible to hold a certificate of 
authorization. 

2. The corporation ceases to practise the profession in respect of 
which the certificate of authorization was issued. 

3. The corporation fails to comply with one or more of the 
requirements fora renewal of the certificate. 

4. The corporation carries on any business that is not the practice 
of the profession governed by the College or activities related 
to or ancillary to the practice of that profession. 

5. The corporation fails to notify the Registrar of a change in 
shareholders in accordance with section 85.9 of the Code. 

(2) If the College proposes to revoke a corporation's certificate of 
authorization, the College shall give notice of the proposed revoca- 
tion, setting out the date the revocation will take effect and the 
grounds for the proposed revocation. 

(3) The College shall revoke the corporation's certificate of 
authorization 60 days after the date on which the notice is given if any 
of the grounds for revocation exist on the revocation date specified in 
the notice. 

(4) The College shall notify the corporation if a corporation's 
certificate of authorization is revoked. 

Reinstatement after revocation 

7. If a corporation's certificate of authorization is revoked, a new 
certificate of authorization may be issued to the corporation only if the 
corporation is eligible to hold one and applies for a new certificate in 
accordance with section 2. 

Tony Clement 
Minister of Health and Long-Term Care 



Dated on January 26, 2002. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 40/02 

made under the 

PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 

Made: January 11,2002 

Approved: January 23, 2002 

Filed: February 8, 2002 

Amending Reg. 977 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 977 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 977 of the Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1990, is amended by adding the following defini- 
tion: 

"term classified employee" means a person appointed to the term 
classified service under subsection 7.1 (I) of the Act. 

2. (1) Subsection 4 (2) of the Regulation is amended by insert- 
ing "exercise the powers and" after "designate a civil servant in 
the ministry to". 

(2) Section 4 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(2.1) A term classified employee cannot be assigned to a [>osition 
under subsection (1) or designated to exercise powers and perform 
duties under subsection (2) unless the terms of his or her appointment 
permit such an assignment or designation. 

3. Section 5 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing subsection: 

(2) A term classified employee caimot be assigned to a position 
under subsection (1) unless the terms of his or her appointment permit 
such an assignment. 

4. Section 1 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(S) This section does not apply to a full-time civil servant who is a 
term classified employee. 

5. (1) Subsection 14 (5) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(5) A deputy minister who proposes to release a full-time civil 
servant, other than a term classified employee, shall give at least six 
months written notice of the release to the civil servant. 

(5.1) A deputy minister who proposes to release a full-time civil 
servant who is a term classified employee shall give at least 16 weeks 
written notice of the release to the employee. 

(2) Section 14 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(10) Subsections (2), (3), (4), (7) and (8) do not apply with respect 
to a term classified employee. 

6. Section 23 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(2) This section does not apply with respect to a civil servant who 
is a term classified employee. 

7. (1) Subsection 31 (1) of the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing the following paragraph: 

3. A term classified employee. 



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(2) Subsections 31 (2) and (3) of the Regulation are revolted. 

8. Tlie Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

43. The Board may make rules governing the practice and proce- 
dure to be used in matters before it. 

9. (1) The derinition of "continuous service" in subsection 
56 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

"continuous service" means the period of unbroken service during 
which a person is an employee and during which the employee, 

(a) receives his or her regular salary, 

(b) is absent on leave without pay for a period that does not exceed 
30 days, 

(c) is absent on pregnancy leave under subsection 65 (2) or paren- 
tal leave under subsection 65 (7), or 

(d) qualifies for or is receiving a benefit under the Long Term 
Income Protection Plan, 

and includes the periods described in subsections (3) and (4), 
except as otherwise specified by subsections (5) and (6). 

(2) Section 56 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsections: 

(3) If an employee who is a civil servant was an unclassified 
employee within 13 weeks before his or her last appointment as a civil 
servant, the period of unclassified service is included in the 
employee's period of continuous service. 

(4) If an employee described in subsection (3) was an unclassified 
employee whose unclassified service was broken, and if the breaks in 
service were not more than 13 weeks long, the periods of unclassified 
service are included in the employee's period of continuous service. 

(5) If an employee described in subsection (3) was an unclassified 
employee whose unclassified service was broken, and on one or more 
occasions the employee's break in service was more than 13 weeks 
long, the employee's period of continuous service does not include 
periods of service that occurred before the most recent break of more 
than 1 3 weeks. 

(6) Subsections (3), (4) and (5) do not apply with respect to a 
commissioned officer in the Ontario Provincial Police Force below 
the rank of deputy Commissioner. 

10. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section 
after the heading "Vacation Entitlements": 

58.1 (1) The Secretary of Management Board may establish a 
policy that permits a deputy minister to give more vacation credits to 
an employee than the vacation credits to which the employee is oth- 
erwise entitled under clause 59 (1) (a) or subclause 59 (1) (b) (ii) or 
(iii). 

(2) The additional vacation credits may be given to the employee 
at the time that he or she becomes employed in the public service, but 
not after he or she is so employed. 

(3) The additional vacation credits must not exceed 5/6 of a day 
per month for a fiill-time employee. 

(4) The following employees are not eligible to receive additional 
vacation credits under this section: 

1 . Employees represented by the Association of Law Officers of 
the Crown or the Ontario Crown Attorneys' Association. 

2. Commissioned officers in the Ontario Provincial Police Force 
below the rank of deputy Commissioner. 



11. (1) Subsection 59 (9) of the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing "and" at the end of clause (a), striking out "and" at the end of 
clause (b) and revoking clause (c). 

(2) Section 59 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(9. 1 ) The following employees are not entitled to vacation credits 
if they receive benefits under an award made under the Workplace 
Safety and Insurance Act, 1997 in respect of a whole month after the 
first six months in which they receive such benefits, unless they are 
receiving payment for accumulated credits during that whole month: 

1 . Employees represented by the Association of Law Officers of 
the Crown or the Ontario Crown Attorneys' Association. 

2. Commissioned officers in the Ontario Provincial Police Force 
below the rank of deputy Commissioner. 

(3) Subsection 59 (11) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(11) An employee may accumulate vacation credits, 

(a) to a maximum of three times his or her annual credits, in the 
case of an employee represented by the Association of Law 
Officers of the Crown or by the Ontario Crown Attorneys' 
Association; or 

(b) to a maximum of twice his or her annual credits, in the case of 
any other employee. 

(11.1) Despite subsection (II), an employee's vacation credits 
shall be reduced not later than E)ecember 31 in each year, 

(a) to a maximum of two year's credits, in the case of an employee 
represented by the Association of Law Officers of the Crown 
or by the Ontario Crown Attorneys' Association; or 

(b) to a maximum of one year's credits, in the case of any other 
employee. 

(4) Subsection 59 (12) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "subsection (11)" in the portion after clause (c) and substitut- 
ing "subsection (11.1)". 

(5) Subsection 59 (13) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(13) An employee commencing employment during a year shall be 
credited at that time with vacation credits calculated in accordance 
with subsection (I), in the case of a full-time employee, or with sub- 
section (2) in the case of a part-time employee, for the balance of the 
calendar year. 

(13.1) Subject to subsection (13.2), an employee commencing 
employment during a year is not entitled to take vacation until he or 
she completes six months of continuous service in the public service. 

(13.2) An employee who has not completed six months of con- 
tinuous service in the public service may take a maximum of 10 days 
of vacation with the approval of his or her deputy minister. 

(13.3) If an employee takes vacation under subsection (13.2), the 
employee's accumulated vacation credits for the year and, if neces- 
sary, for the following year shall be reduced by the vacation taken. 

(6) Subsection 59 (18) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(18) If the employee leaves the public service before completing 
six months of continuous service, he or she is entitled to vacation pay 
at the rate of 4 per cent of the earnings of the employee during the 
period of his or her employment, from which is subtracted his or her 
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(18.1) If the amount to be subtracted under subsection (18) from 
an employee's earnings exceeds 4 per cent of the earnings of the 
employee during the period of his or her employment, the employee 
shall pay the difference to the Crown. 

(7) Section 59 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(20.1) No payment shall be made under subsection (19) or (20) for 
vacation credits that are forfeited under subsection (1 1.1). 

12. (1) Subsection 65 (2) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "Part XI of the Employment Standards Act" and sub- 
stituting "Part XIV of the Employment Standards Act, 2000". 

(2) Subsection 65 (7) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Part XI of the Employment Standards Act" and substituting 
"Part XI V of the Employment Standards Act, 2000". 

(3) Clause 65 (8) (b) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "thirty-five weeks" and substituting "52 weeks". 



(4) Subsection 65 (10) of the Regulation is revoked 
following substituted: 



md the 



(10) Parental leave ends not later than 37 weeks after it begins or, 
in the case of parental leave taken by an employee who also takes 
pregnancy leave in respect of the same child, 35 weeks after it begins. 

(11) The employee may notify his or her supervisor of the date on 
which the employee wishes to end his or her parental leave, and the 
notice must be given at least four weeks before the date chosen by the 
employee. 

13. (1) Section 65.1 of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following subsection: 

(1.1) Subsections (1) to (3.3) do not apply with respect to a term 
classified employee. 

(2) Subsections 65.1 (2) and (3) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(2) The following is the amount of the pregnancy leave allowance 
under the Plan for an employee, other than an employee represented 
by the Association of Law Officers of the Crown or by the Ontario 
Crown Attorneys' Association or a commissioned officer in the 
Ontario Provincial Police Force below the rank of deputy 
Commissioner: 

1 . For the first two weeks of the pregnancy leave, an amount 
equal to 93 per cent of the employee's weekly pay (as adjusted 
under subsection (3.3)) less all other wages or salary earned by 
the employee during the two weeks. 

2. For each of the following weeks of the pregnancy leave, to a 
maximum of IS weeks, an amount equal to the difference 
between, 

i. 93 per cent of the employee's weekly pay (as adjusted 
under subsection (3.3)), and 

ii. the sum of the pregnancy benefits that the employee 
receives under the Employment Insurance Act (Canada) for 
the week and all other wages or salary earned by the 
employee during the week. 

(2.1) The following is the amount of the pregnancy leave allow- 
ance under the Plan for an employee represented by the Association of 
Law Officers of the Crown or by the Ontario Crown Attorneys' Asso- 
ciation: 

1 . For the first two weeks of the pregnancy leave, an amoimt 
equal to 93 per cent of the employee's weekly pay less all other 
wages or salary earned by the employee during the two weeks. 



2. For each of the following weeks of the pregnancy leave, to a 
maximum of 15 weeks, an amount equal to the difference 
between, 

i. 93 per cent of the employee's weekly pay, and 

ii. the sum of the pregnancy benefits that the employee 
receives under the Employment Insurance Act (Canada) for 
the week and all other wages or salary earned by the 
employee during the week. 

(2.2) The following is the amount of the pregnancy leave allow- 
ance under the Plan for a commissioned officer in the Ontario Provin- 
cial Police Force below the rank of deputy Commissioner: 

1 . For the first two weeks of the pregnancy leave, an amount 
equal to 93 per cent of the employee's weekly pay less all other 
wages or salary earned by the employee during the two weeks. 

2. For each of the following weeks of pregnancy leave, to a 
maximum of 15 weeks, an amount equal to the difference 
between, 

i. 93 per cent of the employee's weekly pay, and 

ii. the sum of the pregnancy benefits that the employee 
receives under the Employment Insurance Act (Canada) for 
the week and all other wages or salary earned by the 
employee during the week. 

(3) The following is the amount of the parental leave allowance 
under the Plan for an employee, other than an employee represented 
by the Association of Law Officers of the Crown or by the Ontario 
Crown Attorneys' Association or a commissioned officer in the 
Ontario Provincial Police Force below the rank of deputy 
Commissioner: 

1. If the employee elects to be subject to the two-week waiting 
period under the Employment Insurance Act (Canada) before 
receiving benefits under that Act, the amount of the allowance 
is, 

i. for those two weeks, an amount equal to 93 per cent of the 
employee's weekly pay (as adjusted under subsection 
(3.3)) less all other wages or salary earned by the employee 
during the two weeks, and 

ii. for each of the following weeks of parental leave, to a 
maximum of 15 weeks, the amount described in para- 
graph 2. 

2. In any other case, the amount of the allowance for each week 
of the parental leave, to a maximum of 15 weeks, is an amount 
equal to the difference between, 

i. 93 per cent of the employee's weekly pay (as adjusted 
under subsection (3.3)), and 

ii. the sum of the parental benefits that the employee receives 
under the Employment Insurance Act (Canada) for the 
week and all other wages or salary earned by the employee 
during the week. 

(3.1) The following is the amount of the parental leave allowance 
under the Plan for an employee represented by the Association of Law 
Officers of the Crown or by the Ontario Crown Attorneys' Associa- 
tion: 

1. If the employee elects to be subject to the two-week waiting 
period under the Employment Insurance Act (Canada) before 
receiving benefits under that Act, the amount of the allowance 
is, 

i. for those two weeks, an amount equal to 93 per cent of the 
employee's weekly pay less all other wages or salary 
earned by the employee during the two weeks, and 



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ii. for each of the following weeks of parental leave, to a 
maximum of 1 5 weeks, the amount described in paragraph 
2. 

2. In any other case, the amount of the allowance for each week 
of the parental leave, to a maximum of 15 weeks, is an amount 
equal to the difference between, 

i. 93 per cent of the employee's weekly pay, and 

ii. the sum of the parental benefits that the employee receives 
under the Employment Insurance Act (Canada) for the 
week and all other wages or salary earned by the employee 
during the week. 

(3.2) The following is the amount of the parental leave allowance 
under the Plan for a commissioned officer in the Ontario Provincial 
Police Force below the rank of deputy Commissioner: 

1 . If the employee elects to be subject to the two-week waiting 
period under the Employment Insurance Act (Canada) before 
receiving benefits under that Act, the amount of the allowance 
is, 

i. for those two weeks, an amount equal to 93 per cent of the 
employee's weekly pay less all other wages or salary 
earned by the employee during the two weeks, and 

ii. for each of the following weeks of parental leave, to a 
maximum of 10 weeks, the amount described in para- 
graph 2. 

2. In any other case, the amount of the allowance for each week 
of the parental leave, to a maximum of 10 weeks, is an amount 
equal to the difference between, 

i. 93 per cent of the employee's weekly pay, and 

ii. the sum of the parental benefits that the employee receives 
under the Employment Insurance Act (Canada) for the 
week and all other wages or salary earned by the employee 
during the week. 

(3.3) For the purposes of subsections (2) and (3), the employee's 
weekly pay must be adjusted to reflect the employee's progression on 
the wage grid during the leave and any negotiated or amended wage 
rates for the classification of the employee's position that are imple- 
mented during the leave. 

(3) Subsections 65.1 (7), (8) and (9) of the Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(7) An employee who is on pregnancy leave is entitled to a paren- 
tal leave of a maximum of 35 weeks without pay but with accumula- 
tion of credits. 

(8) An employee who is on parental leave, other than a parental 
leave described in subsection (7), is entitled to a further leave of 
absence of a maximum of six weeks without pay but with 
accimiulation of credits, and the further leave must begin immediately 
after the parental leave expires. 

(9) An employee who wishes to take a leave described in subsec- 
tion (7) or (8) shall apply for it in writing at least two weeks before 
the pregnancy leave or parental leave, as the case may be, expires. 

(4) Subsection 65.1 (10) of the Regulation is amended by strik- 
ing out "subsection (7) or (9)" and substituting "subsection (8)". 

(5) Section 65.1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(10.1) Despite subsection (10), the entitlement of a term classified 
employee to be reinstated ceases when his or her appointment to the 
term classified service expires. 



14. Subsection 70.1 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
at the end "and term classified employees". 

15. Section 71 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(5) The benefits provided for term classified employees under each 
group insurance coverage do not have to be the same as the benefits 
provided for other employees. 

16. (1) Subsection 74 (1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out the portion before clause (a) and substituting the 
following: 

(1) The Dependents' Life Insurance Plan shall provide, in respect 
of each employee who chooses to participate in the Plan (other than a 
commissioned officer in the Ontario Provincial Police Force below 
the rank of deputy Commissioner), life insurance coverage of, 



(2) Section 74 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(I.l) The Dependents' Life Insurance Plan shall provide, in 
respect of each commissioned officer in the Ontario Provincial Police 
Force below the rank of deputy Commissioner who chooses to 
participate in the Plan, life insurance coverage of $2,000 for the 
spouse or same-sex partner of the officer and $1,000 for each child of 
the officer. 

(3) Subsection 74 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "In subsection (1)" in the portion before the definition and 
substituting "In this section". 

17. (1) Section 75 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsections: 

(1.1) For the purposes of this section, an employee (other than a 
term classified employee) is totally disabled if, 

(a) during the qualifying period and for the first 24 months of the 
period in respect of which benefits may be paid, the employee 
is continuously unable, as a result of sickness or injury, to per- 
form the essential duties of the employee's normal occupation; 
and 

(b) during the balance of the period in respect of which benefits 
may be paid, the employee is unable, as a result of sickness or 
injury, to perform the essential duties of any gainful occupation 
for which the employee is reasonably fitted by education, train- 
ing or experience. 

(1 .2) For the purposes of this section, a term classified employee is 
totally disabled if, during the qualifying period and during the period 
in respect of which benefits may be paid, the employee is continu- 
ously unable, as a result of sickness or injury, to perform the essential 
duties of the employee's normal occupation. 



(2.1) Despite subsection (2), the benefit for a term classified 
employee continues until the earliest of, 

(a) 24 months after the employee becomes entitled to receive the 
benefit; 

(b) termination of the total disability; 

(c) death; 

(d) the end of the month in which the employee reaches 65 years 
of age; or 

(e) the expiry of his or her appointment to the term classified ser- 
vice. 



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1^ (2) Subsection 75 (6) of the Regulation is revolted and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 



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(2) Section 78 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 



(6) The employer shall pay 85 per cent of the premium costs for 
every employee who participates in the Plan, other than commis- 
sioned officers in the Ontario Provincial Police Force below the rank 
of deputy Commissioner, and 90 per cent of the premium costs for 
those officers, and the employee shall pay the balance of the premium 
costs through payroll deduction. 

(3) The definition of "total disability" in subsection 75 (7) of 
the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

"total disability" means, with respect to an employee, a disability that 
renders the employee totally disabled as described in subsection 
(1.1) or (1.2). 

18. (1) Subsection 77 (1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out the portion before clause (a) and substituting the 
following: 

(1) The Supplementary Health and Hospital Insurance Plan shall 
provide to every employee who joins the Plan, other than a commis- 
sioned officer in the Ontario Provincial Police Force below the rank of 
deputy Commissioner or a term classified employee. 



(2) Section 77 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsections: 

(1.1) The Supplementary Health and Hospital Insurance Plan shall 
provide the benefits described in subsection (1) to every commis- 
sioned officer in the Ontario Provincial Police force below the rank of 
deputy Commissioner who joins the Plan, subject to the following 
conditions and restrictions: 

1. The maximum amount of the reimbursement for the dispensing 
fee for drugs and medicine is $8 for each prescription. 

2. The employee is not entitled to be reimbursed for drugs or 
medicine that is available without a prescription. 

(1.2) The Supplementary Health and Hospital Insurance Plan shall 
provide the benefits described in subsection (1) to every term classi- 
fied employee who joins the Plan, subject to the following conditions 
and restrictions: 

1. The maximum amount of the reimbursement for a drug or 
medicine (excluding the dispensing fee) is the cost of the 
generic form of the drug or medicine. 

2. The maximum amount of the reimbursement for the dispensing 
fee for drugs and medicine is $8 for each prescription. 

3. The employee is not entitled to be reimbursed for drugs or 
medicine that is available without a prescription. 

4. No benefits are payable for expenses incurred outside Canada. 

5. The employee is not entitled to be reimbursed for more than 
one pair of orthotics per person in a calendar year and the 
maximum amount of the reimbursement for a pair of orthotics 
is $500. 

19. (1) Subsection 78 (1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out the portion before paragraph 1 and substituting the 
following: 

(1) The Dental Insurance Plan shall reimburse every employee 
who elects to participate in the Plan, other than a commissioned 
officer in the Ontario Provincial Police Force below the rank of 
deputy Commissioner or a term classified employee, for the following 
expenses and the reimbursement is in the following amount: 



(1.1) The Dental Insurance Plan shall reimburse every term classi- 
fied employee who elects to participate in the Plan for the expenses, 
and in the amounts, described in paragraphs 1 , 2 and 4 of subsection 
(1), subject to the following conditions and restrictions: 

1. Coverage under the Plan for an individual or family is subject 
to a $100 deductible amount each year. 

2. The employee is not entitled to be reimbursed for more than 
one recall examination by a dentist every nine months for an 
individual over 12 years old and every six months for a 
younger individual. 

(3) Subsection 78 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out the portion before paragraph 1 and substituting the following: 

(2) If a commissioned officer in the Ontario Provincial Police 
Force below the rank of deputy commissioner elects to participate in 
the Dental Insurance Plan, the Plan shall reimburse the officer for the 
following expenses and in the following amount: 



(4) Paragraph 1 of subsection 78 (2) of the Regulation is 
amended by adding at the end "However, the employee is not 
entitled to be reimbursed for more than one recall examination by 
a dentist every nine months for an individual over 12 years old 
and every six months for a younger individual." 

20. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sec- 
tion: 

78.1 (1) Management Board of Cabinet may authorize a cash 
benefit to be paid to the employees described in subsection (2) in lieu 
of their entitlement to group insurance coverages under sections 72 to 
78. 

(2) Term classified employees who are in the Senior Management 
Group are eligible for any cash payment authorized under subsection 
(1). 

(3) The employee is entitled to receive the cash benefit authorized 
under subsection (1) instead of the group insurance coverages only if 
he or she has the prior approval of the Commission to do so. 

21. Section 79 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(2) This section does not apply to a term classified employee. 

22. Section 80 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(2) This section does not apply to a term classified employee. 

23. Section 81 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(2) This section does not apply to a term classified employee. 

24. Section 83 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(I.I) Subsection ( 1 ) does not apply to a term classified employee. 

25. Section 84 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(2) This section does not apply to a term classified employee. 

26. Subsections 86 (1) and (2) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 



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(1) The total of the amount paid to an employee, other than an 
employee represented by the Association of Law Officers of the 
Crown or by the Ontario Crown Attorneys' Association, in respect of 
accumulated attendance credits and his or her severance pay must not 
exceed one-half of his or her armual salary on the date when he or she 
ceases to be an employee. 

(I.l) The calculation of the severance pay of an employee to 
whom subsection (1) applies is based on his or her salary on the date 
when he or she ceases to be an employee. 

(2) The total of the amount paid to an employee represented by the 
Association of Law Officers of the Crown or by the Ontario Crown 
Attorneys' Association in respect of accumulated attendance credits 
and his or her severance pay must not exceed one-half of his or her 
annual salary, 

(a) on the date when he or she ceases to be an employee; or 

(b) in the case of an employee receiving benefits under the Long 
Term Income Protection Plan, on the date when the employee 
received his or her last salary before receiving benefits under 
the Plan. 

(2.1) The calculation of the severance pay of an employee to 
whom subsection (2) applies is based on his or her salary, 

(a) on the date when he or she ceases to be an employee; or 

(b) in the case of an employee receiving benefits under the Long 
Term Income Protection Plan, on the date when the employee 
received his or her last salary before receiving benefits under 
the Plan. 

(2.2) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to a term classified 
employee. 

27. Section 87 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(2.1) Subsections (1) and (2) do not apply to a term classified 
employee. 

28. Subsection 88 (2) of the Regulation is amended by inserting 
"other than a term classified employee" after "full-time 
employee". 

Civil Service Commission: 



Kathryn a. Bouey 
Chair 

MoRAG McLean 
Secretary 



Dated on January 1 1 , 2002 
8/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 41/02 

made under the 

PUBLIC SERVICE ACT 

Made: January 18,2002 

Approved: February 6, 2002 

Filed: February 8, 2002 

Amending Reg. 977 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Regulation 977 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 40/02. Previous amendments are listed in 
the Table of Regulations published in TTie Ontario Gazette 
datedJanuary 19, 2002. 

1. (1) Subsection 10.11 (1.1) of Regulation 977 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 

(1.1) Employees are entitled to compensation under this section 
for overtime work done, 

(a) on or after January 1, 1999, in the case of employees described 
in paragraph 1 or 2 of subsection (3); and 

(b) on or after January 1, 2002, in the case of employees described 
in paragraph I.l of subsection (3). 

(2) Subsection 10.11 (3) of the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing the following paragraph: 

1 . 1 Those employed in the Information Technology Executive ITX 
1 or 2 classes. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Pay for Stand-By Duty During a Strike or Lock-out 

10.16.1 (1) An employee described in subsection (3) is entitled to 
compensation under this section when he or she is on stand-by during 
a strike by persons employed in the Ontario Public Service or a lock- 
out of such persons, whether or not the strike or lock-out is lawful. 

(2) Employees are entitled to compensation under this section 
when they are on stand-by on or after January 1 , 2002. 

(3) For the purposes of this section, an employee is considered to 
be on stand-by when the employee keeps himself or herself available 
for immediate recall to work during a period (authorized by his or her 
supervisor) that is not his or her regularly-scheduled work period. 

(4) Employees are entitled to compensation under this section if 
they are employed in any of the following classes: 

1. Those employed in the Senior Management Group I or 2 
classes, but not in the Senior Management Group 1 (Seventh 
Unit) XSMCI or Senior Management Group 2 (Seventh Unit) 
XSMC2 classes. 

2. Those employed in the Information Technology Executive ITX 
1 or 2 classes. 

3. Those employed in a class of position set out in Schedule 6 if 
the class falls within the Management Comjjensation Plan, but 
not those described in subsection (5). 

(5) Employees are not entitled to compensation under this section 
if they are represented by the Association of Law Officers of the 
Crown, the Association of Ontario Physicians and Dentists in the 
Public Service, the Commissioned Officers' Association or the 
Ontario Crown Attorneys' Association. 



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(6) The amount and form of compensation are determined 
under subsections 10.16 (4), (5) and (6). 

3. Schedule 6 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 

Associate Deputy Minister, a class within the Senior Management 
Group 

Chief Executive Officer in the Finance Management and Control 
Group — Ontario Financing Authority, a class within the Senior 
Management Group 

Director/Executive Director in the Finance Management and Con- 
trol Group — Ontario Financing Authority, a class within the Sen- 
ior Management Group 

Information Technology Executive ITX 1, 2, 3, 4, a class within 
the Senior Management Group 

Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner OPPl, a class within the 
Senior Management Group 

Professional/Manager in the Finance Management and Control 
Group — Ontario Financing Authority 

Technical Specialist in the Finance Management and Control 
Group — Ontario Financing Authority 



Civil Service Commission: 



Kathryn a. Bouey 
Chair 

MoRAG McLean 
Secretary 



Dated on January 18, 2002. 
8/02 



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2002—03—02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 42/02 

made under the 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT 

Made: August 29, 2001 
Filed: February 11,2002 

Amending O. Reg. 572/99 
(Training Requirements for Certain Skill Sets and Trades) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 572/99 has not previously been amended. 

I. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 572/99 is amended by 
adding the following item: 

I I . Water meter installer 
9/02 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 43/02 

made under the 

DEVELOPMENT CORPORATIONS ACT 

Made: February 6, 2002 
Filed: February 11,2002 

SMART SYSTEMS FOR HEALTH AGENCY 
CONTENTS 



1. Définitions 



Interpretation 



Corporate Matters 



2. Agency established 

3. Objects of the Agency 

4. Powersof the Agency 

5. Power re information management, etc. 

6. Board of directors 

7. Powers of the board of directors 

8. Policy directions by Minister 

9. Status of employees 

10. Annual report 

1 1 . Annual audit 

12. Fiscal year 

13. Appointment of administrator 

14. Winding up the Agency 

General 

15. Emergency health records 

16. Verification of users 

17. Immunity 

1 8. Review of the Agency's affairs 



Interpretation 



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Definitions 

1. In this Regulation, 



"Minister" means the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care; 

"personal health information" means personal information relating to 
the physical or mental health or well-being of an identifiable indi- 
vidual; 

"personal information" has the same meaning as in the Freedom of 
Information and Protection of Privacy Act. 

Corporate Matters 

Agency established 

2. (1) A corporation to be known in English as the Smart Systems 
for Health Agency and in French as Agence des systèmes intelligents 
pour la santé is established as a corporation without share capital. 

(2) The Agency is composed of the members of its board of direc- 
tors. 

(3) The Agency is, for all its purposes, an agent of Her Majesty 
within the meaning of the Crown Agency Act and its powers may be 
exercised only as an agent of Her Majesty. 

(4) Section 132 (conflict of interest), subsection 134 (1) (standard 
of care) and section 136 (indemnification) of the Business Corpora- 
tions Act apply, with necessary modifications, to the Agency and to 
the members of its board of directors. 

(5) The Corporations Act and the Corporations Information Act do 
not apply to the Agency. 

Objects of the Agency 

3. The following are the objects of the Agency: 

1. To support effective and efficient delivery, planning and 
management of health services in Ontario and to support health 
research by, 

i. providing a secure province-wide information infrastruc- 
ture for the collection, transmission, storage and exchange 
of information about health matters (including personal 
information), 

ii. planning, implementing and encouraging the use of ser- 
vices, products and technologies that will promote the 
effective use of the information infrastructure, and 

iii. collecting, using and disclosing personal information as 
permitted by sections 15 and 16 as is necessary for the 
provision of the information infrastructure. 

2. To safeguard the confidentiality and integrity of information 
about health matters (including personal information) that is 
collected, transmitted, stored or exchanged by and through the 
information infrastructure by taking all steps necessary to 
ensure the security of that information. 

3. To protect the privacy of individuals whose personal informa- 
tion is collected, transmitted, stored or exchanged by and 
through the information infrastructure by taking all steps nec- 
essary to ensure the security of that information. 

4. To recommend to the Minister data and technology standards 
for services, products and technologies associated with the 
operation of the information infrastructure or, when so directed 
by the Minister, to develop such standards. 



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5. To develop policies relating to the operation of the infontiation 
infrastructure, to the delivery of services, products and 
technologies related to its operation and to agreements or other 
arrangements for the delivery of those services, products and 
technologies. 

6. To implement and manage programs, processes and mecha- 
nisms for the provision of services, products and technologies 
related to the operation of the information infrastructure or to 
negotiate and enter into agreements or other arrangements with 
public or private sector organizations for the implementation or 
management of those programs, processes and mechanisms. 

Powers of the Agency 

4. (1) The Agency has the capacity, rights, powers and privileges 
of a natural person for carrying out its objects, except as limited by 
this Regulation. 

(2) The Agency shall not purchase or sell real property or establish 
a subsidiary. 

(3) The Agency shall not borrow money or pledge its assets. 

(4) The Agency shall not make investments or loans or generate 
revenue, except in the circumstances authorized in this section. 

(5) The Agency may make short-term investments that are consis- 
tent with its objects with the approval of the Minister of Finance. 

Power re information management, etc. 

5. (1) The Agency is authorized to provide information manage- 
ment services or technology services or both in connection with the 
facilitation or operation of any of the following systems or infrastruc- 
ture initiatives: 

1. Information systems established by or on behalf of the Ontario 
Family Health Network (a corporation established under the 
Development Corporations Act) that are related to primary 
health care. 

2. Information infrastructures established by or for the use of the 
Ontario HIV Treatment Network (a corporation incorporated 
under the Corporations Act). 

3. Information systems established to support the provision of 
integrated services for children by or through the Integrated 
Services for Children Division of the ministries of Community 
and Social Services and Health and Long-Term Care. 

4. Information systems established to enable communication 
between community care access centres (within the meaning of 
Ontario Regulation 386/99, "Provision of Community Ser- 
vices", made under the Long-Term Care Act, 1994). 

5. Integrated interactive provincial laboratory information 
systems established by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term 
Care that allows laboratory information to be exchanged 
between health care providers and laboratories. 

(2) The Agency shall not provide information management ser- 
vices except as authorized by subsection (I). 

(3) The Agency is authorized to provide technology services in 
connection with the facilitation or operation of the Health Network (as 
defined in subsection 23 (1) of Ontario Regulation 201/96, "General", 
made under the Ontario Drug Benefit Act). 

(4) The Agency is authorized to provide technology services in 
connection with initiatives that are not described in subsections (1) 
and (3), but only if the Agency has the prior approval of the Lieuten- 
ant Governor in Council to do so. 

(5) The Agency shall not provide the services authorized by 
subsection (1) or (3) unless the Agency enters into an agreement 
described in subsection (6) with, 



(a) the board of directors of the corporation, in the case of a sys- 
tem or initiative of the Ontario Family Health Network or the 
Ontario HIV Treatment Network; 

(b) the Deputy Minister of Community and Social Services and the 
Deputy Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, in the case of 
a system or initiative of the Integrated Services for Children 
Division of the ministries of Community and Social Services 
and Health and Long-Term Care; 

(c) the Deputy Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, in the case 
of a system or initiative respecting community care access cen- 
tres or respecting health care providers and laboratories or in 
the case of the Health Network. 

(6) The agreement must, 

(a) describe the activities that the Agency is permitted or required 
to engage in under the agreement and any conditions that may 
apply; 

(b) provide for administrative, technical and physical safeguards 
for the confidentiality and security of personal information that 
is processed, stored or disposed of by and through the 
Agency's information infrastructure under the agreement; 

(c) require the Agency to ensure that unauthorized persons do not 
have access to personal information within the Agency's 
information infrastructure, and cannot use or disclose it; 

(d) require the Agency to give written notice immediately to a 
person specified in the agreement if an unauthorized person has 
had access to personal information within the Agency's infor- 
mation infrastructure or has used or disclosed it; and 

(e) require the Agency to give written notice immediately to a 
person specified in the agreement if the Agency has accessed, 
used, disclosed or disposed of personal information otherwise 
than in accordance with the agreement. 

(7) The Agency shall give the Minister a copy of every agreement 
that it enters into under this section. 

(8) While providing the services authorized by this section, the 
Agency may access personal information if necessary in the course of 
performing maintenance or repairs, but the Agency shall not access 
personal information for any other purpose when providing those 
services. 

Board of directors 

6. (1) The board of directors of the Agency is composed of as 
many members, not fewer than seven and not more than 15, as may be 
appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. 

(2) The Lieutenant Governor in Council may designate a board 
member as chair of the board. 

(3) The chair presides at the meetings of the board. 

(4) In the case of the absence or illness of the chair or there being a 
vacancy in the office of chair, the member designated by the board for 
the purpose shall act as and have all the powers of the chair. 

(5) The members of the board are to be paid such remuneration 
and expenses as the Lieutenant Governor in Council determines. 

(6) A majority of the members constitutes a quonun. 

Powers of the board of directors 

7. (1) The affairs of the Agency are under the management and 
control of the board of directors, subject to any directions given imder 
section 8. 

(2) The board may pass by-laws and resolutions regulating its 
proceedings and generally for the conduct and management of the 
affairs of the Agency. 



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Policy directions by Minister 

8. (1) The Minister may issue policy directions to the board of 
directors where, in the opinion of the Minister, it is in the public inter- 
est to do so, and the board shall comply with the directions. 

(2) A policy direction cannot require the Agency to collect, use or 
disclose personal health information. 

Status of employees 

9. Employees of the Agency are not civil servants, public servants 
or Crown employees within the meaning of the Public Service Act. 

Annual report 

10. (1) The Agency shall give the Minister an annual report on its 
affairs, and the Minister shall submit the report to the Lieutenant 
Governor in Council and then lay it before the Assembly if it is in 
session or, if not, at the next session. 

(2) Each annual report must include information about the 
Agency's activities under the agreements required by section 5, and 
must include the details of every notice given under clause 5 (6) (d) or 
(e). 

(3) The Agency shall give the Minister such other information and 
reports on its affairs as the Minister may require. 

Annual audit 

11. (I) The board of directors shall ensure that the Agency's 
accounts and financial transactions are audited annually. 

(2) The annual audit is subject to the review of the Provincial 
Auditor. 

(3) The Minister may, at any time, require that an audit of the 
Agency be conducted. 

Fiscal year 

12. The Agency's fiscal year commences on April 1 in each year 
and ends on March 3 1 in the following year. 

Appointment of administrator 

13. (1) The Minister may, by order, appoint a person to temporar- 
ily administer the business and affairs of the Agency if the Minister 
considers it to be in the public interest to do so, and the Minister may 
impose conditions and restrictions upon the administrator. 

(2) The administrator has all of the powers of the board of direc- 
tors of the Agency and may exercise them for the purpose of manag- 
ing the affairs of the Agency, ensuring that the Agency carries out its 
objects and performing such other duties as may be specified by the 
Minister. 

(3) The board of directors of the Agency cannot exercise any of its 
powers while the administrator holds office. 

(4) The term of office of the administrator is 1 2 months or such 
lesser period as the Minister may determine, and the Minister may 
extend the term for further terms of not more than six months. 

(5) The Minister may terminate the administrator's appointment 
before the end of the term if the Minister is satisfied that the appoint- 
ment is no longer in the public interest. 

Winding up the Agency 

14. (1) If the Minister decides that it is in the public interest to 
wind up the business and affairs of the Agency, he or she may do all 
things necessary to do so, including distributing the Agency's assets. 

(2) In acting under subsection (1), the Minister may direct that all 
or some of the Agency's assets be. 



(a) liquidated or sold as a going concern and the proceeds paid into 
the Consolidated Revenue Fund; or 

(b) transferred to Her Majesty in right of Ontario or to another 
agency of the Crown. 

(3) Any information or technology in the custody or control of the 
Agency immediately before it is wound up that the Agency holds on 
behalf of another person under an agreement described in section 5 
must be returned to that person. 

(4) Any personal information collected by the Agency under sub- 
section 15 (2) that is in its custody or control immediately before it is 
wound up must be transferred to the individual to whom it relates or, 
if that is not possible, to the physician who attends that individual. 

(5) After the personal information is transferred under subsection 
(4), the Agency shall promptly destroy the personal health informa- 
tion in its records. 

Emergency health records 

15. (1) This section applies when an individual and his or her 
health care provider agree that personal information may be disclosed 
to hospitals, physicians and other health care providers for the purpose 
of providing or facilitating emergency health care services to the indi- 
vidual. 

(2) The Agency may collect and use personal information 
described in subsection (3) for the purpose of compiling and 
maintaining an emergency health record about the individual and shall 
not collect or use it for any other purpose. 

(3) The emergency health record for an individual may contain 
only that personal information that the individual and his or her health 
care provider agree is necessary for the provision of emergency health 
care services. 

(4) The Agency may disclose an individual's emergency health 
record and the personal information contained in it to a hospital, phy- 
sician or other health care provider involved in providing or facilitat- 
ing emergency health care services to the individual and shall not 
disclose it for any other purpose. 

Verification of users 

16. The Agency may directly or, with the consent of the person to 
whom it relates, indirectly collect personal information and use or 
disclose it in order to verify the identity of persons registering to use 
the Agency's information infrastructure and the Agency shall not 
collect, use or disclose it for any other purpose. 

Immunity 

17. (1) No employee or agent of the Agency and no administrator 
appointed under subsection 13 (1) is liable for anything done or omit- 
ted in good faith in the exercise or purported exercise of the powers 
conferred or duties imposed by this Regulation. 

(2) Subject to any duties, obligations or resf)onsibilities imposed 
by statute, no member or officer of the Agency is liable for anything 
done or omitted in good faith in the exercise or purported exercise of 
the powers conferred or duties imposed by this Regulation. 

Review of the Agency's affairs 

18. The Minister shall conduct a review of the Agency's affairs 
and submit a report to the Executive Council no later than the third 
anniversary of the day on which this Regulation comes into force. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 44/02 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 

Made: December 12,2001 
Filed: February 13, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 16/99 
(Automated System) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 16/99 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in TTie Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. The Table to subsection 3 (1) of Ontario Regulation 16/99 
is amended by adding the following item: 



Column l 


Column 2 


Simcoe(No. 51) 


February 13,2002 



Norm Sterling 
Minister of Consumer and Business Services 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 45/02 

made under the 
ASSESSMENT ACT 

Made: February 16, 2002 
Filed: February 19, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 282/98 
(General) 

Ontario Regulation 282/98 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



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1. Subsection 8 (4) of Ontario Regulation 282/98 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(4) For the 2001 and subsequent taxation years, land used for 
farming is farmland if, 

(a) it is owned by a conservation authority and subsection 19 (S) of 
the Act applies to the land; 

(b) it is owned by the Agricultural Rehabilitation and Develop- 
ment Directorate of Ontario; or 

(c) it was owned by the Agricultural Rehabilitation and Develop- 
ment Directorate and was transferred to and is owned by the 
Association of Community Pastures. 

2. (1) Paragraph 2 of subsection 10 (2) of the Regulation is 
revoked. 

(2) Subsections 10 (3) and (4) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(3) Subject to subsections (4), (5) and (6), land ceases to be 
included in the new multi-residential property class after it has been 
classified in that class for 35 taxation years. 

(4) If land was included in the new multi-residential property class 
pursuant to a by-law passed by the council of a municipality in respect 
of a tax year prior to 2002, the land ceases to be included in the new 
multi-residential property class after it is classified in that class for 
eight years. 

(5) The council of a municipality may provide by by-law that 
subsection (4) does not apply within the municipality. 

(6) The council of a municipality may pass a by-law opting to 
have the new multi-residential property class cease to apply within a 
municipality. 

(7) A by-law referred to in subsection (6) shall not affect the clas- 
sification of land for which a building permit has been issued before 
the by-law comes into force. 

3. Sections 21 and 22 of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 



21. (I) A subclass for excess land is prescribed for each of the 
following classes of real property: 

1 . The commercial property class. 

2. The industrial property class. 

3. The office building property class. 

4. The shopping centre property class. 

5. The large industrial property class. 

(2) The office building property class and the shopping centre 
property class are prescribed for the purposes of subparagraph 3 i of 
subsection 8 (I) of the Act and the large industrial property class is 
prescribed for the purposes of subparagraph 3 ii of subsection 8 ( 1 ) of 
the Act. 

(3) A portion of a parcel of land is included in the subclass for 
excess lands for a class of real property if, 

(a) it has not been developed in any way, other than to service the 
parcel of land; 

(b) it is not being used other than for farming purposes; and 

(c) it is in excess of the municipal requirement for any existing 
development elsewhere on the parcel. 

(4) A (>ortion of a parcel of land is included in the subclass for 
excess land for the commercial property class if, 

(a) it is a rail yard owned and used exclusively by a railway com- 
pany; and 

(b) no building or structure is located on it, other than railway 
tracks. 

(5) This section applies with respect to the 2001 and subsequent 
taxation years. 

4. The definition of "Tribunal" in section 29 of the Regulation 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

"Tribunal" means, 

(a) before December 22, 1999, the Farm Organizations Accredita- 
tion Tribunal, and 

(b) on and after December 22, 1999, the Agricultural, Food and 
Rural Affairs Appeal Tribunal. 

James M. Flaherty 
Minister of Finance 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 46/02 

made under the 
ASSESSMENT ACT 



O. Reg. 47/02 



Made:February 16, 2002 
Filed: February 19, 2002 

DEADLINE FOR BY-LAW ADOPTING 

OPTIONAL NEW MULTI-RESIDENTIAL 

PROPERTY CLASS FOR 2002 TAXATION YEAR 

Deadline 

1. For the 2002 taxation year, April 30, 2002 is prescribed as 
the later deadline under clause 2 (3.2) (e) of the Act with respect to 
the new multi-residential property class. 

James M. Flaherty 
Minister of Finance 

Dated on February 1 6, 2002. 

10/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 47/02 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 



Note: 



Made: February 14, 2002 
Filed: February 19,2002 

Amending Reg. 440 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Vegetables for Processing — Marketing) 

Regulation 440 has previously been amended. Those 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations pub- 
lished in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



1. Items S, 6, 9, 10, 11 and 12 of the Schedule to Regulation 
440 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are revoked 
and the following substituted: 



Column 1 


Column 11 


Column 111 


Column IV 


Column V 


Vegetable 


Initial Round 
Deadline 


Local Board Offer 
Deadline 


Processor 
Determination Deadline 


Second Round 
Deadline 


5. 


Green and Waxed Beans 


March 21 


March 28 


April 4 


April 1 1 


6. 


Peppers 


March 8 


March 15 


March 22 


March 29 





9. 


Pumpkin and Squash 


March 22 


March 29 


Aprils 


April 12 


10. 


Cauliflower 


March 19 


March 26 


April 2 


April 9 


11. 


Lima Beans 


March 22 


March 29 


Aprils 


April 12 


12. 


Beets 


March 19 


March 26 


April 2 


April 9 



Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 

Rod Stork 
Chair 

Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Dated on February 14, 2002. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 48/02 

made under the 
MILK ACT 

Made: February 14, 2002 
Filed:Febniary 19, 2002 

Amending Reg. 761 ofR.R.O. 1990 
(Milk and Milk Products) 

Note: Regulation 761 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

I. Subsection 88 (3) of Regulation 761 of the Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(3) Certificates mentioned in subsection (1) expire three years after 
they are issued except, 

(a) certificates to apprentices expire one month following the next 
available training course; 

(b) bulk tank milk graders' certificates expire five years after they 
are issued; and 

(c) milk and cream graders' certificates expire five years after they 
are issued if they are issued on or after April 1, 2003. 

Ontario Farm Products Marketing Commission: 



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Rod Stork 
Chair 



Gloria Marco Borys 
Secretary 



Dated on February 14, 2002. 
10/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 49/02 

made under the 

FAIRNESS IS A TWO-WAY STREET ACT 
(CONSTRUCTION LABOUR MOBILITY), 1999 

Made: February 8, 2002 
Filed: February 22, 2002 

DESIGNATION UNDER SECTION 25 
OF THE ACT 

Designated jurisdiction 

1. Quebec is a designated jurisdiction for the purposes of the Act. 

Revocation 

2. Ontario Regulation 560/99 is revoked. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 49/02 
pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1999 PORTANT QUE LA JUSTICE 

N'EST PAS À SENS UNIQUE (MOBILITÉ 

DE LA MAIN-D'OEUVRE DANS L'INDUSTRIE 

DE LA CONSTRUCTION) 

pris le 8 février 2002 
déposé le 22 février 2002 

DÉSIGNATION AUX TERMES DE 
L'ARTICLE 25 DE LA LOI 

Territoire désigné 

1. Le Québec est un territoire désigné pour l'application de la Loi. 

Abrogation 

2. Le Règlement de l'Ontario 560/99 est abrogé. 

10/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 50/02 

made under the 

FAIRNESS IS A TWO-WAY STREET ACT 
(CONSTRUCTION LABOUR MOBILITY), 1999 

Made: February 19,2002 
Filed: Febiriary 22, 2002 

NON-APPLICATION OF ACT 

Non-application of Act 

1. (1) No provision of the Act applies with respect to construction 
work in Ontario under a construction contract that was in force before 
the date Ontario Regulation 49/02 comes into force. 

(2) Subsection (I) does not apply with respect to a new contract 
with respect to a construction contract referred to in that subsection or 
work arranged with respect to a construction contract referred to in 
that subsection if the new contract is made or the work arranged on or 
after the date Ontario Regulation 49/02 comes into force. 

Chris Stockwell 
Minister of Labour 



Dated on February 19, 2002. 



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O.Reg. 51/02 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 50/02 
pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1999 PORTANT QUE LA JUSTICE 
N'EST PAS À SENS UNIQUE (MOBILITÉ 

DE LA MAIN-D'OEUVRE DANS 
L'INDUSTRIE DE LA CONSTRUCTION) 

pris le 19 février 2002 
déposé le 22 février 2002 

NON-APPLICATION DE LA LOI 

Non-application de la Loi 

1. (1) Aucune disposition de la Loi ne s'applique à l'égard des 
travaux de construction effectués en Ontario aux termes d'un contrat 
de construction qui était en vigueur avant la date d'entrée en vigueur 
du Règlement de l'Ontario 49/02. 

(2) Le paragraphe (1) ne s'applique pas à l'égard d'un nouveau 
contrat conclu relativement à un contrat de construction visé à ce 
paragraphe ni de travaux pour lesquels des arrangements sont pris 
relativement à un tel contrat de construction si le nouveau contrat est 
conclu ou les arrangements sont pris à la date d'entrée en vigueur du 
Règlement de l'Ontario 49/02 ou par la suite. 

Chris Stockwell 
Ministre du Travail 



Fait le 19 février 2002. 

10/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 51/02 

made under the 

FAIRNESS IS A TWO-WAY STREET ACT 
(CONSTRUCTION LABOUR MOBILITY), 1999 

Made: February 22, 2002 
Filed: February 22, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 326/99 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 326/99 has not previously been amended. 

1. Schedule 2 to Ontario Regulation 326/99 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

Schedule 2 

Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs 
Ontario Food Terminal Board 

Ministry of the Attorney General 
Assessment Review Board 
Board of Negotiations (Expropriations Act) 
Criminal Injuries Compensation Board 
Ontario Municipal Board 



Ministry of Citizenship 
Ontario Human Rights Commission 

Ministry of Community and Social Services 
District social services administration boards 

Ministry of Consumer and Business Services 
Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario 
Board of Funeral Services 
Liquor Control Board of Ontario 
Ontario Film Review Board 
Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation 
Ontario Racing Commission 

Ministry of Correctional Services 
Ontario Parole and Earned Release Board 

Ministry of Education 
Education Quality and Accountability Office 
Ontario Parent Council 
Provincial Schools Authority 

Ministry of Energy, Science and Technology 
Ontario Energy Board 

Ministry of the Environment 
Ontario Clean Water Agency 

Ministry of Finance 
Deposit Insurance Corporation of Ontario 
Financial Services Commission of Ontario 
Ontario Electricity Financial Corporation 
Ontario Financing Authority 
Ontario Securities Commission 
Ontario SuperBuild Corporation 
Stadium Corporation of Ontario Limited 

Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care 
Cancer Care Ontario 
College of Midwives of Ontario 
Community Care Access Centres (CCAC) 
Community Advisory Boards — Psychiatric Hospitals 
Consent and Capacity Board 
District Health Councils 
Drug Quality and Therapeutics Committee 
Grand River Hospital 

Healing Arts Radiation Protection Commission 
Health Boards Secretariat 
Health Professions Appeal and Review Board 



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281 



Health Services Appeal and Review Board i .,. • ■ > 

Medical Eligibility Committee , , . 

Medical Review Committee 

Mount Sinai Hospital 

North York General Hospital 

North York General Hospital CF 

Ontario Mental Health Foundation . 

Ontario Review Board 

Regional Cancer Centres 

St. Michael's Hospital 

Sunnybrook and Women's College Health Sciences Centre 

Toronto East General Hospital 

Toronto Hospital 

Wellesley and Central Hospital CF 

Ministry of Labour 
Crown Employees Grievance Settlement Board 
Office of the Employer Advisor 
Office of the Worker Advisor 
Ontario Labour Relations Board 
Pay Equity Hearings Tribunal 
Pay Equity Office 

Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribunal 
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board 

Management Board of Cabinet 
Ontario Casino Corporation 
Ontario Pension Board 
Ontario Realty Corporation 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 
North Pickering Development Corporation 
Ontario Housing Corporation 
Ontario Mortgage Corporation 
Ontario Rental Housing Tribunal 
Waterfront Regeneration Trust 

Ministry of Natural Resources 
Algonquin Forestry Authority 
Niagara Escarpment Commission 

Ministry of Northern Development and Mines 
Ontario Northland Transportation Commission 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Animal Care Review Board 
Fire Safety Commission 



Ontario Civilian Commission on Police Services 

Ontario Police Arbitration Commission 

Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Recreation 

Art Gallery of Ontario 

Conservation Review Board 

George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art 

McMichael Canadian Art Collection 

Metropolitan Toronto Convention Centre Corporation 

Niagara Parks Commission 

Ontario Arts Council 

Ontario Heritage Foundation 

Ontario Library Service — North 

Ontario Media Development Corporation 

Ontario Place Corporation 

Ontario Science Centre 

Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation 

Ontario Trillium Foundation 

Ottawa Congress Centre 

Royal Botanical Gardens 

Royal Ontario Museum 

Science North 

Southern Ontario Library Service Offices 

St. Clair Parks Commission 

St. Lawrence Parks Commission 

Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities 

Boards of Governors for Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology 

Ontario Council of Regents for Colleges of Applied Arts and 
Technology 

Ontario Educational Communications Authority (TVOntario) 

Ministry of Transportation 

Greater Toronto Transit Authority (GO Transit) 

2. Schedule 3 to the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing: 

Auto body repairer 

Automotive service technician 

Heavy duty equipment technician 

Industrial electrician 

Industrial mechanic millwright 

Locksmith 

Petroleum equipment mechanic (liquid fuels) 

Pool and hot tub/spa service technician 

Powered lift truck technician 



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O.Reg. 51/02 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 50/02 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1999 PORTANT QUE LA JUSTICE 
N'EST PAS À SENS UNIQUE (MOBILITÉ 

DE LA MAIN-D'OEUVRE DANS 
L'INDUSTRIE DE LA CONSTRUCTION) 

pris le 19 février 2002 
déposé le 22 février 2002 

NON-APPLICATION DE LA LOI 

Non-application de la Loi 

1. (1) Aucune disposition de la Loi ne s'applique à l'égard des 
travaux de construction effectués en Ontario aux termes d'un contrat 
de construction qui était en vigueur avant la date d'entrée en vigueur 
du Règleinent de l'Ontario 49/02. 

(2) Le paragraphe (1) ne s'applique pas à l'égard d'un nouveau 
contrat conclu relativement à un contrat de construction visé à ce 
paragraphe ni de travaux pour lesquels des arrangements sont pris 
relativement à un tel contrat de construction si le nouveau contrat est 
conclu ou les arrangements sont pris à la date d'entrée en vigueur du 
Règlement de l'Ontario 49/02 ou par la suite. 

Chris Stockwell 
Ministre du Travail 



Fait le 19 février 2002. 
10/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 51/02 

made under the 

FAIRNESS IS A TWO-WAY STREET ACT 
(CONSTRUCTION LABOUR MOBILITY), 1999 

Made: February 22, 2002 
Filed: February 22, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 326/99 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 326/99 has not previously been amended. 

1. Schedule 2 to Ontario Regulation 326/99 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

Schedule 2 

Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs 
Ontario Food Terminal Board 

Ministry of the Attorney General 
Assessment Review Board 
Board of Negotiations (Expropriations Act) 
Criminal Injuries Compensation Board 
Ontario Municipal Board 



Ministry of Citizenship 
Ontario Human Rights Commission 

Ministry of Community and Social Services 
District social services administration boards 

Ministry of Consumer and Business Services 
Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario 
Board of Funeral Services 
Liquor Control Board of Ontario 
Ontario Film Review Board 
Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation 
Ontario Racing Commission 

Ministry of Correctional Services 
Ontario Parole and Earned Release Board 

Ministry of Education 
Education Quality and Accountability Office 
Ontario Parent Council 
Provincial Schools Authority 

Ministry of Energy, Science and Technology 
Ontario Energy Board 

Ministry of the Environment 
Ontario Clean Water Agency 

Ministry of Finance 
Deposit Insurance Corporation of Ontario 
Financial Services Commission of Ontario 
Ontario Electricity Financial Corporation 
Ontario Financing Authority 
Ontario Securities Commission 
Ontario SuperBuild Corporation 
Stadium Corporation of Ontario Limited 

Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care 
Cancer Care Ontario 
College of Midwives of Ontario 
Community Care Access Centres (CCAC) 
Community Advisory Boards — Psychiatric Hospitals 
Consent and Capacity Board 
District Health Councils 
Drug Quality and Therapeutics Committee 
Grand River Hospital 

Healing Arts Radiation Protection Commission 
Health Boards Secretariat 
Health Professions Appeal and Review Board 



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281 



Health Services Appeal and Review Board ; , . ' ' ' 

Medical Eligibility Committee , ,.- 

Medical Review Committee 

Mount Sinai Hospital 

North York General Hospital 

North York General Hospital CF 

Ontario Mental Health Foundation 

Ontario Review Board 

Regional Cancer Centres 

St. Michael's Hospital 

Sunnybrook and Women's College Health Sciences Centre 

Toronto East General Hospital 

Toronto Hospital 

Wellesley and Central Hospital CF 

Ministry of Labour 
Crown Employees Grievance Settlement Board 
Office of the Employer Advisor 
Office of the Worker Advisor 
Ontario Labour Relations Board 
Pay Equity Hearings Tribimal 
Pay Equity Office 

Workplace Safety and Insurance Appeals Tribimal 
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board 

Management Board of Cabinet 
Ontario Casino Corporation 
Ontario Pension Board 
Ontario Realty Corporation 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing 
North Pickering Development Corporation 
Ontario Housing Corporation 
Ontario Mortgage Corporation 
Ontario Rental Housing Tribunal 
Waterfront Regeneration Trust 
I . Ministry of Natural Resources 

Algonquin Forestry Authority 
Niagara Escarpment Commission 

Ministry of Northern Development and Mines 
Ontario Northland Transportation Commission 

Ministry of the Solicitor General 
Animal Care Review Board 
Fire Safety Cotnmission 



Ontario Civilian Commission on Police Services 

Ontario Police Arbitration Commission 

Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Recreation 

Art Gallery of Ontario 

Conservation Review Board 

George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art 

McMichael Canadian Art Collection 

Metropolitan Toronto Convention Centre Corporation 

Niagara Parks Commission 

Ontario Arts Council 

Ontario Heritage Foundation 

Ontario Library Service — North 

Ontario Media Development Corporation 

Ontario Place Corporation 

Ontario Science Centre 

Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation 

Ontario Trillium Foundation 

Ottawa Congress Centre 

Royal Botanical Gardens 

Royal Ontario Museum 

Science North 

Southern Ontario Library Service Offices 

St. Clair Parks Commission 

St. Lawrence Parks Commission 

Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities 

Boards of Governors for Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology 

Ontario Council of Regents for Colleges of Applied Arts and 
Technology 

Ontario Educational Communications Authority (TVOntario) 

Ministry of Transportation 

Greater Toronto Transit Authority (GO Transit) 

2. Schedule 3 to the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing: 

Auto body repairer 

Automotive service technician 

Heavy duty equipment technician 

Industrial electrician 

Industrial mechanic millwright 

Locksmith 

Petroleum equipment mechanic (liquid fiiels) 

Pool and hot tub/spa service technician 

Powered lift truck technician 



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Precast concrete erector 

Precast concrete finisher 

Recreational vehicles technician 

Restoration mason 

Saw filer/fitter 

Ski lift mechanic 

Small engine technician 

Stone cutter 

Tire wheel and rim mechanic 

Truck and coach technician 

Truck trailer service technician 

Welder of regulated pressure equipment 

3. Schedule 4 to the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

Schedule 4 

1. Apprenticeship and Certification Act. 1998. 

2. Business Names Act. 

3. Employer Health Tax Act. 

4. Gasoline Tax Act. 

5. Highway Traffic Act. 

6. Limited Partnerships Act. 

7. Occupational Health and Safety Act. 

8. Retail Sales Tax Act. 

9. Technical Standards and Safety Act, 2000. 

1 0. Trades Qualification and Apprenticeship Act. 

1 1 . Truck Transportation Act. 

12. Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, 1997. 

4. This Regulation comes into force on the day that Ontario 
Regulation 49/02 comes into force. 

Chris Stockwell 
Minister of Labour 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO O. Reg. 5 1 /02 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 51/02 



Dated on February 22, 2002. 



pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1999 PORTANT QUE LA JUSTICE N'EST 
PAS À SENS UNIQUE (MOBILITÉ DE LA MAIN- 
D'OEUVRE DANS L'INDUSTRIE DE LA 
CONSTRUCTION) 

pris le 22 février 2002 
déposé le 22 février 2002 

modifiant le Régi, de l'Ont. 326/99 
(Dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 326/99 n'a pas été modifié 
antérieurement. 

1. L'annexe 2 du Règlement de l'Ontario 326/99 est abrogée et 
remplacée par ce qui suit : 

Annexe 2 

Conseil de gestion du gouvernement 

Commission du Régime de retraite de l'Ontario 

Société des casinos de l'Ontario 

Société immobilière de l'Ontario 

Ministère de l'Agriculture, de l'Alimentation 
et des Affaires rurales 

Commission du Marché des produits alimentaires de l'Ontario 

Ministère de l'Éducation 

Administration des écoles provinciales 

Conseil ontarien des parents 

Office de la qualité et de la responsabilité en éducation 

Ministère de l'Énergie, des Sciences et de la Technologie 
Commission de l'énergie de l'Ontario 

Ministère de l'Environnement 
Agence ontarienne des eaux 

Ministère de la Formation et des Collèges et Universités 

Conseil ontarien des affaires collégiales 

Conseils d'administration des collèges d'arts appliqués et de techno- 
logie 

Office de la télécommunication éducative de l'Ontario (TFO) 

Ministère de la Santé et des Soins de longue durée 

Action Cancer Ontario 

Centres d'accès aux soins communautaires (CASC) 

Centres régionaux de cancérologie 

Comité d'admissibilité médicale 

Comité d'appréciation des médicaments et des thérapeutiques 

Comité d'étude de la médecine 

Commission d'appel et de révision des professions de la santé 

Commission d'appel et de révision des services de santé 



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Commission de protection contre les rayons X 

Commission du consentement et de la capacité 

Commission ontarienne d'examen 

Conseils consultatifs communautaires des hôpitaux psychiatriques 

Conseils régionaux de santé 

Fondation de la Couronne (FC) de l'hôpital North York General 

FC de l'hôpital Wellesley and Central 

Fondation ontarienne de la santé mentale 

Hôpital de Grand River 

Hôpital de Toronto 

Hôpital Mount Sinai 

Hôpital North York General 

Hôpital St. Michael's 

Hôpital Toronto East General 

Ordre des sages-femmes de l'Ontario 

Secrétariat des conseils de santé 

Sunnybrook and Women's College Health Sciences Centre 

Ministère des Affaires civiques 

Commission ontarienne des droits de la personne 

Ministère des Affaires municipales et du Logement 

Fiducie de régénération du secteur riverain 

Société d'aménagement de North Pickering 

Société d'hypothèques de l'Ontario 

Société de logement de l'Ontario 

Tribunal du logement de l'Ontario 

Ministère des Finances 

Commission des services financiers de l'Ontario 

Commission des valeurs mobilières de l'Ontario 

Office ontarien de financement 

Société financière de l'industrie de l'électricité de l'Ontario 

Société ontarienne d'assurance-dépôts 

Société ontarienne SuperCroissance 

Stadium Corporation of Ontario Limited 

Ministère des Richesses naturelles 

Agence de foresterie du parc Algonquin 

Commission de l'escarpement du Niagara 

Ministère des Services aux consommateurs 
et aux entreprises 

Commission de contrôle cinématographique de l'Ontario 

Commission des alcools et des jeux de l'Ontario 

Commission des courses de l'Ontario 

Conseil des services funéraires 



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Régie des alcools de l'Ontario 

Société des loteries et des jeux de l'Ontario 

Ministère des Services correctionnels 

Commission ontarienne des libérations conditionnelles et des mises en 
liberté méritées 

Ministère des Services sociaux et communautaires 
Conseils d'administration de district des services sociaux 

Ministère des Transports 
Régie des transports en commun du grand Toronto (Réseau GO) 

Ministère du Développement du Nord et des Mines 
Commission de transport Ontario Northland 

Ministère du Procureur général 
Commission de négociation (Loi sur l 'expropriation) 
Commission de révision de l'évaluation foncière 
Commission des affaires municipales de l'Ontario 
Commission d'indemnisation des victimes d'actes criminels 

Ministère du Solliciteur général 
Commission civile des services policiers de l'Ontario 
Commission d'arbitrage de la fwlice de l'Ontario 
Commission d'étude des soins aux animaux 
Cotnmission de la sécurité-incendie 

Ministère du Tourisme, de la Culture et des Loisirs 
Bureaux du service des bibliothèques de l'Ontario - Sud 
Centre des congrès d'Ottawa 
Centre des sciences de l'Ontario 
Collection McMichael d'art canadien 
Commission des biens culturels 
Commission des parcs de la Sainte-Claire 
Commission des parcs du Niagara 
Commission des parcs du Saint-Laurent 
Conseil des arts de l'Ontario 
Fondation du patrimoine ontarien 
George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art 
Jardins botaniques royaux 
Musée des beaux-arts de l'Ontario 
Musée royal de l'Ontario 
Ontario Trillium Foundation 
Science Nord 

Société de développement de l'industrie des médias de l'Ontario 
Service des bibliothèques de l'Ontario - Nord 
Société d'exploitation de la Place de l'Ontario 
Société du palais des congrès de la communauté urbaine de Toronto 



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Société du Partenariat ontarien de marketing touristique 

Ministère du Travail 

Bureau de l'équité salariale 

Bureau des conseillers des travailleurs 

Bureau des conseillers du patronat 

Commission de la sécurité professionnelle et de l'assurance contre les 
accidents du travail 

Commission de règlement des griefs des employés de la Couronne 

Commission des relations de travail de l'Ontario 

Tribunal d'appel de la sécurité professionnelle et de l'assurance contre 
les accidents du travail 

Tribunal de l'équité salariale 

2. L'annexe 3 du Règlement est modifiée par adjonction de ce 
qui suit : 

Affûteur-ajusteur de scies 

Cimentier-applicateur - béton préfabriqué 

Électricien industriel 

Installateur d'équipement pétrolier (combustibles liquides) 

Maçon-restaurateur 

Mécanicien-monteur industriel 

Mécanicien de petits moteurs 

Mécanicien de pneus, roues et jante 

Mécanicien de remontée mécanique 

Monteur de béton préfabriqué 

Réparateur de carrosseries automobiles 

Serrurier 

Soudeur d'équipement à pression réglée 



Tailleur de pierres 

Technicien d'entretien automobile 

Technicien d'entretien de remorques de camions 

Technicien d'équipement lourd 

Technicien d'installation de piscines et bains remous 

Technicien de camions et d'autobus 

Technicien de chariots élévateurs 

Technicien de véhicules de plaisance 

3. L'annexe 4 du Règlement est abrogée et remplacée par ce 
qui suit : 

Annexe 4 

1. Loi de 1998 sur l'apprentissage et la reconnaissance profes- 
sionnelle. 

2. Loi sur les noms commerciaux. 

3. Loi sur l 'impôt-santé des employeurs. 

4. Loi de ta taxe sur l 'essence. 

5. Code de la route. 

6. Loi sur les sociétés en commandite. 

7. Loi sur la santé et la sécurité au travail. 

8. Loi sur la taxe de vente au détail. 

9. Loi de 2000 sur les normes techniques et la sécurité. 

10. Loi sur la qualification professionnelle et l'apprentissage des 
gens de métier. 

11. Loi sur le camiormage. .„- 

12. Loi de 1997 sur la sécurité professionnelle et l'assurance 
contre les accidents du travail. 

4. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le même jour que le 
Règlement de l'Ontario 49/02. 

Chris Stockwell 
Ministre du Travail 



Fait le 22 février 2002. 
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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



2002—03—23 



ONTARIO REGULATION 53/02 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 4, 2002 
Filed: March 6, 2002 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 

Note: Since the end of 2001 , Regulation 619 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 9/02. Previous amendments are listed in 
the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette 
dated January 19,2002. 

1. (1) Paragraph 2 of Part 4 of Schedule 40 to Regulation 619 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked. 

(2) Part 5 of Schedule 40 to the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing the following paragraph: 

Halibunon — Township of Minden Hills 

5. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 35 in the 
Township of Minden Hills in the County of Haliburton lying 
between a point situate 500 metres measured northerly from 
the intersection with the centre line of the roadway known as 
Humphrey Road and a point situate 325 metres measured 
northerly from its intersection with the centre line of the road- 
way known as Clear Lake Road. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 2002. 

Brad Clark 
Minister of Transportation 



1. No person shall move a vehicle or combination of vehicles on, 
over or upon a bridge described in Column 1 of Schedule 1 , 2 or 3 if 
the gross weight of the vehicle or combination of vehicles is greater 
than the weight in tonnes set opposite in Column 2. 

2. No person shall move a vehicle or combination of vehicles of a 
class described in Column 2 of Schedule 4, 5, 9 or 10 on, over or upon 
a bridge described in Column 1 if the gross weight of the vehicle or 
combination of vehicles is greater than the weight in tonnes set oppo- 
site in Column 3. 



ule: 



2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Sched- 



Schedule 2 
CURRENT RIVER BRIDGE 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Bridge 


Gross Weight Limit 
in Tonnes 


1 . Bridge No. 48C-40, known as the 
Current River Bridge, Dam Lake 
Road, Lot 6, Concession IV, 1 
kilometre northeast of Onion Lake 
Road, in the Gorham Local Roads 
Board, in the Township of Gorham, 
in the Territorial District of Thun- 
der Bay, over the Current River. 


1 2 tonnes 



3. Schedule 8 to the Regulation is revoked. 



Brad Clark 
Minister of Transportation 



Dated on March 4, 2002. 



12/02 

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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 54/02 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 4, 2002 
Filed: March 7, 2002 

Amending Reg. 598 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Gross Weight on Bridges) 

Regulation 598 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 1 9, 2002. 



1. Sections 1 and 2 of Regulation 598 of the Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1990 are revoked and the following substituted: 



I 



Dated on March 4, 2002. 



12/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 55/02 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 28, 2002 
Filed: March 7, 2002 

Amending Reg. 619 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Speed Limits) 

Note: Since the end of 2001 , Regulation 619 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 9/02 and 53/02. Previous amendments 
are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Paragraph 2 of Part 6 of Schedule 32 to Regulation 619 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 



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Simcoe — Township of Clearview 

2. That part of the King's Highway known as No. 26 in the 
Township of Clearview in the County of Simcoe lying between 
a point situate 100 metres measured northerly from its intersec- 
tion with the centre line of the roadway known as North Street 
in Stayner and a point situate 70 metres measured southerly 
from its intersection with the centre line of the roadway known 
as Wyant Drive. 

Brad Clark 
Minister of Transportation 

Dated on February 28, 2002. 

12/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 56/02 

made under the 
HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: March 6, 2002 
Filed: March 8, 2002 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 23/02. Previous amendments are listed in 
the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette 
dated January 19,2002. 

1. (I) The definition of "schedule of benefits" in subsection 1 
(1) of Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

"schedule of benefits" means the document published by the Ministry 
of Health and Long-Term Care titled "Schedule of Benefits — 
Physician Services under the Health Insurance Act (April 1, 2002)" 
but does not include the portions of the document described in sub- 
section (4). 

(2) Subsection 1 (4) of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(4) The "[Commentary ...]" portions of the document published 
by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care titled "Schedule of 
Benefits — Physician Services under the Health Insurance Act (April 
1 , 2002)" do not form part of the schedule of benefits for the purposes 
of this Regulation. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2002. 



ONTARIO REGULATION 57/02 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: March 6, 2002 
Filed: March 8, 2002 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 23/02 and 56/02. Previous amendments 
are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. (1) Table 1 of section 37.5 of Regulation 552 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 

TABLE 1 

THRESHOLD AMOUNTS FOR GENERAL PRACTmONERS 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Fiscal year 


Total amount 
payable 


Total amount 
payable 


Total amount 
payable 


For the fiscal 
year beginning 
April 1,2001 


340,000 


365,000 


390,000 


For the fiscal 
year beginning 
April 1,2002 


350,000 


375,000 


400,000 



(2) Table 2 of section 37.5 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

TABLE 2 

THRESHOLD AMOUNTS FOR SPECIALISTS 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Fiscal year 


Total amount 
payable 


Total amount 
payable 


Total amount 
payable 


For the fiscal 
year beginning 
April 1,2001 


420,000 


445,000 


470,000 


For the fiscal 
year beginning 
April 1,2002 


430,000 


455,000 


480,000 



2. This Regulation conies into force on April 1, 2002. 

12/02 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 58/02 
' made under the 

FINANCIAL SERVICES COMMISSION OF 
ONTARIO ACT, 1997 

Made: March 6, 2002 
Filed: March 8, 2002 

AmendingO. Reg. 11/01 
(Assessment of Expenses and Expenditures) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 11/01 has not previously been amended. 

1. Section 2 of Ontario Regulation 11/01 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

2. A credit union's or league's share of an assessment of the credit 
unions sector under section 25 of the Act in respect of a 12-month 
assessment period shall be determined in accordance with the follow- 
ing rules: 

1. A credit union's share of the assessment is, 

i. $100, if the credit union's assets are less than $500,000, 

ii. $200, if the credit union's assets are $500,000 or more, but 
less than $1 million, 

iii. $300, if the credit union's assets are $1 million or more, 
but less than $5 million, 

iv. $400, if the credit union's assets are $5 million or more, 
but less than $10 million, 

V. $500, if the credit union's assets are $10 million or more, 
but less than $15 million, 

vi. $600, if the credit union's assets are $15 million or more, 
but less than $25 million, 

vii. $900, if the credit union's assets are $25 million or more, 
but less than $35 million, 

viii. $1,900, if the credit union's assets are $35 million or more, 
but less than $50 million. 



ix. $3,800, if the credit union's assets are $50 million or more, 
but less than $75 million, 

X. $7,000, if the credit union's assets are $75 million or more, 
but less than $100 million, 

xi. $9,000, if the credit union's assets are $100 million or 
more, but less than $500 million, 

xii. $12,500, if the credit union's assets are $500 million or 
more. 

2. A league's share of the assessment is zero. 
12/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 59/02 

made under the 
CONDOMINIUM ACT, 1998 

Made: March 6, 2002 
Filed: March 8, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 48/01 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 48/01 has not previously been amended. 

I. Ontario Regulation 48/01 is amended by adding the follow- 
ing section: 

Capacity to convey parcels under Planning Act 

39.1 In addition to the requirements of section 4, a declaration and 
description for a common elements condominium corporation shall 
not be registered unless, at the time of registration, each parcel of tied 
land would be capable of being individually conveyed, or otherwise 
dealt with, without contravening section 50 of the Planning Act. 

12/02 



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GOVERNMENT NOTICES/AVIS DU GOUVERNEMENT 

Ontario Highway Transport Board 313 

Orders in Council/Décrets 314 

Applications to Provincial Parliament — Private Bills/Demandes au Pariement provincial — Projets de loi d'intérêt privé 326 

Applications to Provincial Parliament/Demandes au Parlement provincial 326 

SALES OF LANDS FOR TAX ARREARS BY PUBLIC TENDERA'ENTES DE TERRAINS PAR APPEL 

D'OFFRES POUR ARRIÉRÉ D'IMPÔT 326 

PUBLICATIONS UNDER THE REGULATIONS ACT/ 
PUBLICATIONS EN VERTU DE LA LOI SUR LES RÈGLEMENTS 

Condominium Act, 1998 O. Reg. 59/02 331 

Financial Services Commission of Ontario Act, 1997 O. Reg. 58/02 331 

Health Insurance Act O. Reg. 56/02 330 

Health Insurance Act O. Reg. 57/02 330 

Highway Traffic Act O. Reg. 53/02 329 

Highway Traffic Act O. Reg. 54/02 329 

Highway Traffic Act O. Reg. 55/02 329 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 60/02 

made under the 

FARM PRODUCTS MARKETING ACT 

Made: February 14,2002 

Approved: Mîirch 8, 2002 

Filed: March 1 1, 2002 

Amending Reg. 436of R.R.O. 1990 
(Tobacco — Plan) 

Regulation 436 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



1. (1) Paragraphs 4 and 6 of section 7 or the Schedule to Regu- 
lation 436 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 are 
amended by striking out "The Regional Municipality of Haldi- 
mand-Norfolk" wherever it occurs and substituting in each case 
"The Corporation of Norfolk County". 

(2) Paragraph 7 of section 7 of the Schedule to the Regulation 
is revoked and the following substituted: 

7. District 7, comprising the former Township of Middleton in 
The Corporation of Norfolk County and the former Township 
of Dereham and lots 16 to 29 in Concession 12 in the Town- 
ship of South Norwich in the County of Oxford. 

(3) Paragraphs 8, 9 and 10 of section 7 of the Schedule to the 
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Secretary 



Dated on February 14, 2002. 

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13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 61/02 

made under the 

HEALTH INSURANCE ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 11,2002 

Amending Reg. 552 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Regulation 552 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 23/02 56/02 and 57/02. Previous amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Schedule 22 to Regulation 552 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

Schedule 22 

LABORATORY TESTS AUTHORIZED BY REGISTERED 

NURSE IN THE EXTENDED CLASS 

(SUBCLAUSE 22( I KA)(II)) 



BACTERIOLOGY 


1. 


L622 


Chlamydia — culture isolation or non-cultural 
assays 


2. 


L625 


Cultures — cervical, vaginal, including GC 
culture. Gram smear, yeast identification 
(e.g. Germ tube) 


3. 


L627 


Cultures — GC culture and smear 


4. 


L628 


Cultures — other swabs or pus-culture and smear 
(includes screening) 


5. 


L629 


Cultures — sputum-culture and smear 


6. 


L630 


Cultures — stool culture, including the necessary 
agglutinations and culture for Campylobacter 


7. 


L63I 


Cultures — tuberculosis, including ZN or 
fluorescent smear 


8. 


L634 


Cultures — urine calibrated volume to include 
plate, turbidimetric or photometric techniques 


9. 


L640 


Cultures — throat swab, for streptococcus screen 
only 


10. 


L641 


Cultures — urine, screening, actual culture 
without identification 


11. 


L643 


Smear only. Gram or Papanicolaou stain, as sole 
procedure 


12. 


L653 


Wet preparation (for fungus, trichomonas, 
parasites) 


13. 


L636 


Streptococcus grouping, Lancefield or equivalent 
with extractions 


14. 


L638 


Streptococcus grouping, coagglutination method 


15. 


L656 


Penicillinase production 


16. 


L637 


Virus Isolation 


MYCOLOGY 


17. 


L626 


Cultures — fungus, including KOH preparation 
and smear 


18. 


L652 


Smear only, special stain, e.g. ZN, inclusions, 
spores, diphtheria 



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PARASITOLOGY 


19. 


L650 


Parasites and ova (faeces concentration) 


20. 


L654 


Parasites and ova, smear only, special stain(s) 


21. 


L651 


Pinworm (Scotch tape prep) 


CYTOLOGY 


22. 


L710 


Direct smears — oral, larynx, nipple discharge, 
vulvar 


23. 


L713 


Cervicovaginal specimen (including all types of 
cellular abnormality, assessment of flora and/or 
cytohormonal evaluation) 


24. 


L733 


Cervicovaginal specimen (including all types of 
cellular abnormality, assessment of flora and/or 
cytohormonal evaluation) using the monolayer 
cell methodology. 


25. 


L716 


Sputum per specimen for general and/or specified 
assessment (e.g. cellular abnormality, asbestos 
bodies, lipid, hemosiderin, etc.) 


26. 


L718 


Seminal fluid examination (complete) 


27. 


L719 


Smear for spermatozoa only (post-operative) 


BIOCHEMISTRY 


28. 


L005 


Albumin, quantitative 


29. 


LOI 8 


Amylase 


30. 


L030 


Bilirubin, total 


31. 


L031 


Bilirubin, conjugated 


32. 


L040 


Carbamazepine, quantitative (Tegretol) 


33. 


L045 


Calcium 


34. 


L053 


Chloride 


35. 


L055 


Cholesterol, total 


36. 


L067 


Creatinine 


37. 


L078 


Drugs of abuse screen, urine 


38. 


L085 


Electrophoresis, serum — including total protein 


39. 


L107 


Gamma glutamyl transpeptidase 


40. 


LUI 


Glucose, quantitative (not by dipstick) 


41. 


L093 


Glycosylated hemoglobin — HgbAl 


42. 


L117 


High density lipoprotein cholesterol 


43. 


L139 


Iron, Total — with iron binding capacity and 
percent saturation 


44. 


L148 


Lead 


45. 


L157 


Lithium 


46. 


L181 


Occult blood 


47. 


L191 


Phosphatase, alkaline 


48. 


L194 


Phosphorus (inorganic phosphate) 


49. 


L204 


Potassium 


50. 


L208 


Protein, total 


51. 


L215 


Quinidine 


52. 


L221 


Salicylate, quantitative 


53. 


L222 


SGOT (AST) 


54. 


L223 


SGPT (ALT) 


55. 


L226 


Sodium 


56. 


L073 


Target drug testing, urine, qualitative or 
quantitative 


57. 


L243 


Triglycerides 


58. 


L252 


Uric acid (urate) 


59. 


L253 


Urinalysis, routine chemical (any of S.G., pH, 
protein, sugar, hemoglobin, ketones, 
urobilinogen, bilirubin, leukocyte esterase, 
nitrate) 


60. 


L254 


Urinalysis microscopic examination of 
centrifuged specimen 



61. 


L257 


Valproic acid (valproate) 


IMMUNOASSAYS 


62. 


L306 


Digoxin 


63. 


L309 


Folate, in red cells, to include hematocrit and if 
requested, serum folate. 


64. 


L310 


Estradiol 


65. 


L311 


Estriol 


66. 


L315 


FSH (pituitary gonadotrophins) 


67. 


L318 


HCG (human chorionic gonadotrophins) 


68. 


L319 


Hepatitis associated antigen or antibody 
immunoassay (e.g. hepatitis B surface antigen or 
antibody, hepatitis B core antibody, hepatitis A 
antibody) 


69. 


L321 


Aminophylline (theophylline) 


70. 


L324 


Diphenylhydantoin (phenytoin), quantitative 
(dilantin) 


71. 


L329 


Ferritin 


72. 


L330 


Parathyroid hormone 


73. 


L332 


Prolactin 


74. 


L341 


TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) 


75. 


L345 


Vitamin B12 


76. 


L691 


Alphafetoprotein 


77. 


L605 


1,25-dihydroxy Vitamin D 


78. 


L606 


25- hydroxy Vitamin D 


IMMUNOLOGY 


79. 


L500 


Screen for miscellaneous agglutination reactions 


80. 


L544 


Fluorescent Antibody Tests (Immunofluorescent 
Studies), Tests for serum antibodies to tissue and 
cell components — antinuclear 


81. 


L655 


Pregnancy test 


82. 


L667 


Non-cultural direct bacterial antibody or antigen 
assays by fluorescence, agglutination or ELISA 
techniques 


83. 


L668 


Heterophile antibodies — screen (slide or single 
tube) — with or without absorption 


84. 


L679 


Virus antibodies — hemagglutination inhibition 
or ELISA techniques 


85. 


L683 


Non-cultural indirect antibody or antigen assays 
by fluorescence, agglutination or ELISA 
technique 


HEMATOLOGY 


86. 


L393 


Complete Blood Count (any method) 


87. 


L377 


Bleeding time — Ivy method 


88. 


L395 


Eosinophil count 


89. 


L398 


Reticulocyte count 


90. 


L419 


Hemoglobin electrophoresis or chromatography 
to include Hb A2 fraction 


91. 


L445 


Prothrombin time 


92. 


L452 


Sickle cell preparation 


93. 


L462 


Partial thromboplastin time 


IMMUNOHEMATOLOGY 


94. 


L481 


Antibody Titre per antibody, per specimen 


95. 


L482 


Antibody screening 


96. 


L490 


Blood Group — ABO and RhD 


97. 


L493 


Blood Group — ABO and Rh Phenotype 



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O. Reg. 64/02 343 



ONTARIO REGULATION 62/02 

made under the 

LABORATORY AND SPECIMEN 
COLLECTION CENTRE LICENSING ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March II, 2002 

Amending Reg. 682 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Laboratories) 

Note: Regulation 682 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

I. (1) Paragraph 73 of Appendix C to Regulation 682 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

73. Complete blood count (any method) 

(2) Paragraphs 76, 77, 79, 80 and 81 of Appendix C to the 
Regulation are revoked. 

(3) Appendix C to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following paragraphs: 

97. Virus Isolation 

98. Drugs of abuse screen, urine 

99. Target drug testing, urine, qualitative or quantitative 

100. Seminal fluid examination (complete) 

101. Smear for spermatozoa only (post-operative) 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 62/02 

pris en application de la 

LOI AUTORISANT DES LABORATOIRES MÉDI- 
CAUX ET DES CENTRES DE PRÉLÈVEMENT 

pris le 8 mars 2002 
défwsé le 1 1 mars 2002 

modifiant le Règl. 682 des R.R.O. de 1990 
(Laboratoires) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 682 a été modifié antérieurement. Ces 
modifications sont indiquées dans la Table des règle- 
ments publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 19 jan- 
vier 2002. 

1. (1) La disposition 73 de l'annexe C du Règlement 682 des 
Règlements refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est abrogée et rempla- 
cée par ce qui suit : 

73. Hémogramme (toutes méthodes) 

(2) Les dispositions 76, 77, 79, 80 et 81 de l'annexe C du 
Règlement sont abrogées. 

(3) L'annexe C du Règlement est modifiée par adjonction des 
dispositions suivantes : 



97. Isolement de virus 

98. Dépistage de drogues toxicomagènes, urine 

99. Epreuve de dépistage de la consommation de drogues cibles, 
urine, détermination qualitative ou quantitative 

100. Examen du liquide séminal (complet) 

101. Frottis pour vérifier la présence de spermatozoïdes seulement 
(postopératoire) 

13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 63/02 

made under the 

DRUG INTERCHANGEABILITY 
AND DISPENSING FEE ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: Maith 11,2002 

Amending Reg. 935 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 935 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. The definition of "Formulary" in subsection I (I) of Regula- 
tion 935 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended 
by striking out "and October 11, 2001" and substituting "October 
11,2001 and April 4, 2002". 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 4, 2002. 
13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 64/02 

made under the 
ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 11,2002 

Amending O. Reg. 201/96 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 201/96 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. The definition of "formulary" in subsection 1 (1) of Ontario 
Regulation 201/96 is amended by striking out "and October 11, 
2001" and substituting "October 11, 2001 and April 4, 2002". 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 4, 2002. 
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O. Reg. 68/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 65/02 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



Made: March 8, 
Filed: March 1 1. 



2002 
2002 



Amending Reg. 61 1 of R.R.O. 
(Safety Inspections) 



1990 



Note: Regulation 61 1 has been previously amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Clause (a) of the definition of "school purposes vehicle" in 
section 1 of Regulation 611 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(a) a station wagon, van or bus operated by or under contract with 
a school board or other authority in charge of a school for the 
transportation of adults with a developmental disability or chil- 
dren, or 

2. Section 2 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"developmental handicap" and substituting "developmental 
disability". 

3. Clause 10 (1) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(a) six or more adults with a developmental disability; 

4. Subclause 1 (2) (b) (i) of Schedule 2 to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(i) a reading of at least 6 metres per second per second or the 
equivalent expressed as a percentage of gravity shall be 
obtained, 

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Note; 



ONTARIO REGULATION 66/02 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 11, 2002 

Amending Reg. 612 of R.R.O. 1990 
(School Buses) 

Regulation 612 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in Ttie 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



1. Clause (a) of the definition of "school purposes vehicle" in 
subsection 1 (4) of Regulation 612 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(a) a station wagon, van or bus while being operated by or under a 
contract with a school board or other authority in charge of a 
school for the transportation of adults with a developmental 
disability or children, or 



2. Subsection 3 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out the portion before clause (a) and substituting the following: 

(1) No bus shall be operated by or under contract with a school 
board or other authority in charge of a school to transport adults with 
a developmental disability or children and no bus shall be operated 
unless, J 



3. Subsection 4 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out the portion before paragraph 1 and substituting the following: 

( 1 ) A school purpose vehicle while being operated for the trans- 
portation of six or more children, six or more adults with a develop- 
mental disability or six or more persons from both categories shall be 
equipped with a log book containing the following information; 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 67/02 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 11,2002 

Amending O. Reg. 340/94 
(Drivers' Licences) 

Ontario Regulation 340/94 has been previously amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



1. (1) The definition of "school purposes bus" in subsection 
1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 340/94 is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

"school purposes bus" means a school bus as defined in subsection 
175 (I) of the Act or any other bus operated by or under contract 
with a school board or other authority in charge of a school while 
they are being used to transport adults with a developmental dis 
ability or children; 

(2) Subsection 1 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "developmental handicap" and substituting "developmental 
disability". 

13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 68/02 

made under the 

MOTORIZED SNOW VEHICLES ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 11,2002 

Amending O. Reg. 186/01 
(Trail Grooming) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 186/01 has not previously been amended. 

I. Subsection 6 (1) of Ontario Regulation 186/01 is repealed 
and the following substituted: 



\ 



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Exemptions •■.■_>:. ^ \ 

( I ) A groomer, other than an Alpine, is exempt from subsections 2 
(I), (2), (7) and (8), 2.1 (I) and (4) and 3 (2) and (3), section 12, 
clause 9 (3) (b) and sections 19 and 21 of the Act. 

13/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 69/02 

made under the 

PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 11,2002 

Amending Reg. 950 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Proceedings Commenced by Certificate of Offence) 

Note: Regulation 950 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in TTie 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. (1) Schedule 64 to Regulation 950 of the Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following items: 



5.1 


Drive motorized snow vehicle, trail 
permit not issued 


subsection 2.1 (1) 


5.2 


Fail to display evidence of trail 
permit 


subsection 2. 1 (4) 



(2) Items 19 and 20 of Schedule 64 to the Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted: 



19. 


Owner — permit operation of 
motorized snow vehicle — no 
insurance 


subsection 12(1) 


20. 


Fail to produce evidence of 
insurance 


subsection 12 (2) 



(3) Schedule 64 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



32.1 


Fail to produce evidence of 
registration 


subsection 16(1) 



34.1 


Fail to stop for police officer 


subsection 17.1 (1) 


34.2 


Drive motorized snow vehicle 
while licence suspended 


subsection 17.1 (11) 



2. Items 49 and 50 of Schedule 65 to the Regulation are re- 
voked and the following substituted: 



49. 


Headlight not on when required 


section 17 


50. 


Rear light not on when required 


section 17 


50.1 


Lights not clearly visible for 
150 m. 


section 17 


50.2 


Fail to have working headlight 


section 17.1 


50.3 


Fail to have working rear light 


section 17.1 


50.4 


Fail to have proper reflectors on 
towed conveyance 


section 17.2 



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RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 69/02 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LES INFRACTIONS PROVINCIALES 

pris le 8 mars 2002 
déposé le 1 1 mars 2002 

modifiant le Règl. 950 des R.R.O. de 1990 

(Instances introduites au moyen du dépôt 

d'un procès-verbal d'infraction) 

Remarque : Le Règlement 950 a été modifié antérieurement. Ces 
modifications sont indiquées dans la Table des règle- 
ments publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 19 jan- 
vier 2002. 

1. (1) L'annexe 64 du Règlement 950 des Règlements refondus 
de rOntario de 1990 est modifiée par adjonction des numéros 
suivants : 



5.1 


Conduire la motoneige — permis 
de conduire sur une piste non 
délivré 


paragraphe 2.1 (1) 


5.2 


Omettre d'afficher l'attestation 
du (>ermis de conduire sur une 
piste 


paragraphe 2. 1 (4) 


(2) Les numéros 19 et 20 de l'annexe 64 du Règlement sont 
abrogés et remplacés par ce qui suit : 


19. 


Dans le cas d'un propriétaire, 
autoriser l'utilisation de la moto- 
neige sans police d'assurance 


paragraphe 12 (1) 


20. 


Omettre de présenter l'attestation 
d'assurance 


paragraphe 12 (2) 


(3) L'annexe 64 du Règlement est modifiée par adjonction des 
numéros suivants : 


32.1 


Omettre de présenter l'attestation 
d'immatriculation 


paragraphe 16(1) 




34.1 


Omettre de s'arrêter lorsque 
l'agent de police l'exige 


paragraphe 17.1 (1) 


34.2 


Conduire la motoneige alors que 
le permis est suspendu 


paragraphe 17.1 (11) 


2. Les numéros 49 et 50 de l'annexe 65 du Règlement sont 
abrogés et remplacés par ce qui suit : 


49. 


Phare éteint alors qu'il doit être 
allumé 


article 17 


50. 


Feu arrière éteint alors qu'il doit 
être allumé 


article 17 


50.1 


Phares et feux non nettement 
visibles à 150 m 


article 17 


50.2 


Omettre de se munir d'un phare 
qui fonctionne à l'avant 


article 17.1 


50.3 


Omettre de se munir d'un feu qui 
fonctionne à l'arrière 


article 17.1 


50.4 


Omettre de munir de réflecteurs 
appropriés un moyen de transport 
remorqué 


article 17.2 



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O.Reg. 71/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 70/02 

made under the 
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 11,2002 

Amending Reg. 950 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Proceedings Commenced by Certificate of Offence) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Regulation 950 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 69/02. Previous amendments are listed in 
the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette 
dated January 19,2002. 

1. Regulation 950 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
is amended by adding the following Schedules: 

Schedule 66.0.0.1 

Ontario Regulation 1 86/0 1 under 
the Motorized Snow Vehicles Act 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


1. 


Groomer — no slow moving vehicle 

sign 


subsection 2(1) 


2. 


Groomer — slow moving vehicle sign 
improperly attached 


subsection 2(1) 


3. 


Alpine — no slow moving vehicle 

sign 


subsection 2 (2) 


4. 


Alpine — slow moving vehicle sign 
improperly attached 


subsection 2 (2) 


5. 


Slow moving vehicle not plainly 
visible 


subsection 2 (3) 


6. 


View of slow moving vehicle sign 
obstructed 


subsection 2 (4) 


7. 


Drag improperly attached 


subsection 3(1) 


8. 


Drag attachments too short 


subsection 3 (2) 


9. 


Towed weight exceeds capacity of 
attachment 


subsection 3 (4) 


10. 


Inadequate fasteners on chain with 
hooks 


subsection 3 (5) 


11. 


Groomer — fail to have proper 
headlight 


subsection 4(1) 


12. 


Groomer — fail to have proper rear 
light 


subsection 4 (2) 


13. 


Groomer not equipped with amber 
flashing light 


subsection 4 (3) 


14. 


Groomer not equipped with brake light 


subsection 4 (4) 


15. 


Groomer lights not kept on 


subsection 4 (5) 


16. 


Groomer lights not clearly visible for 
150 m. 


subsection 4 (6) 


17. 


Groomer — fail to have adequate 

spotlights 


subsection 4 (7) 


18. 


Groomer — spotlights turned on while 
on highway 


subsection 4 (8) 


19. 


Drag — fail to have proper reflectors 


subsection 5(1) 


20. 


Drag — fail to have proper rear light 


subsection 5 (3) 


21. 


Drag — rear light not kept on 


subsection 5 (4) 



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Schedule 66.0.0.2 

Ontario Regulation 1 85/0 1 under the 
Motorized Snow Vehicles Act 



Item 


Column I 


Column 2 


1. 


Fail to property affix trail permit 


subsection 3 (3) 



ONTARIO REGULATION 71/02 

made under the 

ELECTRICITY ACT, 1998 

Made: March 6, 2002 
Filed: March 11,2002 

Amending O. Reg. 160/99 
(Definitions and Exemptions) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Ontario Regulation 160/99 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 19/02. Previous amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Subsection 2.0.1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 160/99 is 
amended by striking out "Subsection 26 (1) of the Act does not" at 
the beginning and substituting "Subsections 26 (1) and (6) of the 
Act do not". 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

2.4 ( 1 ) In this section and in section 2.5, 

"First Nation" means a band as defined in the Indian Act (Canada), or 
a body of the aboriginal peoples of Canada who are treated by the 
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Canada) 
in the same manner as a body of the aboriginal peoples of Canada 
residing on a reserve as defined in the Indian Act (Canada). 

(2) The following provisions of the Act do not apply to a distribu- 
tor who meets the conditions set out in subsection (3), and who dis- 
tributes electricity in a settlement or reserve listed in Schedule I : 

1 . Section 26. 

2. Subsections 29 (4) to (6). 

(3) The distributor must meet the following conditions: 

1 . The distributor must be a First Nation, or a corporation that is 
solely owned by a First Nation. 

2. The distribution system owned by the distributor must not be 
connected to the IMO-controlled grid. 

3. The distributor must only distribute electricity within its geo- 
graphic service territory as it existed on January I, 2002. 

2.5 ( 1 ) The following provisions of the Act do not apply to a dis- 
tributor who meets the conditions set out in subsection (2), and who 
distributes electricity in a settlement or reserve listed in Schedule 2: 

1. Section 26. 

2. Subsections 29 (4) to (6). - - - 
(2) The distributor must meet the following conditions: 

1 . The distributor must be a First Nation, or a corporation that is 
solely owned by a First Nation. 

2. The distributor must only distribute electricity within its geo- 
graphic service territory as it existed on January I, 2002. 

2.6 Section 26 of the Act does not apply to Attawapiskat Power 
Corporation, Fort Albany Power Corporation or Kashechewan Power 
Corporation until May I, 2004. 

3. Section 4 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing subsections: 

(2) Subsection 50 (4) of the Act does not apply to a subsidiary of 
the Services Corporation with respect to selling electricity to a person 



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connected to its distribution system in accordance with section 29 of 
the Act. 

(3) Subsection 50 (4) of the Act does not apply to a subsidiary of 
the Services Corporation with respect to generating electricity during, 

(a) planned outages as defined in the market rules that have been 
approved by the IMO in accordance with the market rules; 

(b) forced outages as defined in the market rules; or 

(c) emergencies as defined in the market rules. 

(4) Subsection (3) only applies, 

(a) with respect to generating electricity with generation facilities 
that existed as of the day this subsection came into force; and 

(b) if the electricity that is generated is sold at the rate for standard 
supply service approved for the subsidiary by the Ontario 
Energy Board. 

4. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Sched- 
ules: 

Schedule 1 



Fort Hope Indian Reserve No. 64 



Sandy Lake Indian Settlement 



North Spirit Lake Indian Reserve 



Marten Falls Indian Reserve No. 65 



Weenusk Indian Settlement 



Pikangikum Indian Reserve No. 14 



Poplar Hill Indian Reserve 



Summer Beaver Indian Settlement 



Wunnumin Indian Reserve No. 1, Wunnumin Indian Reserve No. 2 



Muskrat Dam Lake Indian Reserve 



Schedule 2 



Cat Lake Indian Reserve No. 63C 



13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 72/02 

made under the 

ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT, 1998 

Made: March 6, 2002 
Filed: March 1 1,2002 

Amending O. Reg. 161/99 
(Definitions and Exemptions) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Ontario Regulation 161/99 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 20/02. Previous amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Subsection 1 (2) of Ontario Regulation 161/99 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(2) In section 96 of the Act, 

"the public interest" means the interests of consumers, as defined in 
Part V of the Act, with respect to the pricing, availability. 



reliability and quality of electricity service, but does not include an 
interest that has been considered pursuant to an approval under the 
Environmental Assessment Act or pursuant to an Environmental 
Screening Process as defined in Ontario Regulation 116/01. 

2. Section 4.0.1 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

4.0.1 Clause 57 (a) and sections 71, 78, 80 and 86 of the Act do 
not apply to a distributor who distributes electricity for a price no 
greater than that required to recover all reasonable costs, 

(a) with respect to a distribution system owned or operated by the 
distributor that is entirely located on land on which one or 
more of the following types of building or facilities is also 
located: 

1. A building that forms part of a property as defined in the Con- 
dominium Act, 1998. 

2. A residential complex as defined in the Tenant Protection Act, 
1997. 

3. An industrial, commercial or office building. 

4. A university, a college of applied arts and technology estab- 
lished under the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universi- 
ties Act or another post-secondary institution. 

5. A school or private school as defined in the Education Act. 

6. A hospital as defined in the Public Hospitals Act, a private 
hospital as defined in the Private Hospitals Act or an iiutitution 
as defined in the Mental Hospitals Act. 

7. A shopping mall. 

8. An airport. 

9. A marina; 

(b) with respect to a distribution system owned or operated by the 
distributor that is entirely located on land owned or leased by 
the distributor, or 

(c) with respect to a distribution system that was owned or oper- 
ated by the distributor as of January I, 2002, if the distributor 
meets all of the following conditions: 

1. The distributor is not incorporated under section 48 or 142 of 
\he Electricity Act, 1998. 

2. The distributor is not incorporated under the Business 
Corporations Act or the Canada Business Corporations Act as 
an electricity company or an electricity distribution company 
and was not so incorporated as of January 1, 2002. 

3. The distributor is not Cornwall Street Railway Light and 
Power Company Limited, Great Lakes Power Limited, Granite 
Power Distribution Corporation or Canadian Niagara Power. 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

4.0.4 (1) In this section and in section 4.0.5, 

"First Nation" means a band as defined in the Indian Act (Canada), or 
a body of the aboriginal peoples of Canada who are treated by the 
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Canada) 
in the same manner as a body of the aboriginal peoples of Canada 
residing on a reserve as defined in the Indian Act (Canada). 

(2) The following provisions of the Act do not apply to a distribu- 
tor who meets the conditions set out in subsection (3), and who dis- 
tributes electricity in a settlement or reserve listed in Schedule 1 : 

1. Section 57. 



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2. Sections 7 1 and 72. 

3. Section 78. 

4. Sections 80 and 81. 

5. Section 86. 

6. Section 92. 

(3) The distributor must meet the following conditions: 

1 . The distributor must be a First Nation, or a corporation that is 
solely owned by a First Nation. 

2. The distribution system owned by the distributor must not be 
connected to the IMO-controlled grid. 

3. The distributor must only distribute and generate electricity 
within its geographic service territory as it existed on January 
1, 2002. 

4.0.5 ( 1 ) The following provisions of the Act do not apply to a 
distributor who meets the conditions set out in subsection (2), and 
who distributes electricity in a reserve listed in Schedule 2: 

1 . Clauses 57 (a), (c), (d), (g) and (h). 

2. Sections 7 1 and 72. 

3. Section 78. 

4. Sections 80 and 81. 

5. Section 86. 

6. Section 92. 

(2) The distributor must meet the following conditions: 

1 . The distributor must be a First Nation, or a corporation that is 
solely owned by a First Nation. 

2. The distributor must only distribute and generate electricity 
within its geographic service territory as it existed on January 
1,2002. 

4.0.6 (1) Clauses 57 (c) and (d) and section 71 of the Act do not 
apply to a distributor with respect to generating electricity during, 

(a) planned outages as defined in the market rules that have been 
approved by the IMO in accordance with the market rules; 

(b) forced outages as defined in the market rules; or 

(c) emergencies as defined in the market rules. 
(2) This section only applies, 

(a) with respect to generating electricity with generation facilities 
that existed as of the day this section came into force; and 

(b) if the electricity that is generated is sold at the rate for standard 
supply service approved for the distributor by the Ontario 
Energy Board. 

4. (1) Subsection 4.1 (1) of the Regulation is amended by stril<- 
ing out "or" at the end of clause (b) and by revoking clause (c) 
and substituting the following: 

(c) the retailer that purchased the electricity retails the electricity 
only to its franchisees, licensees or affiliates or to franchisees 
or licensees of its affiliates, and, with respect to the persons to 
which it retails electricity, the retailer from which it purchased 
the electricity submitted a service transaction request in accor- 
dance with the Retail Settlement Code approved by the Board; 



(d) the retailer is also a distributor that owned or operated a distri- 
bution system as of January 1, 2002, and that meets all the 
conditions set out in clause 4.0. 1 (c). 

(2) Subsection 4.1 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Great Lakes Power Corporation Limited" and substituting 
"Great Lakes Power Limited". 

5. Subsection 5 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "Great Lakes Power Corporation Limited" and substituting 
"Great Lakes Power Limited". 

6. Subsection 6.2 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "or" at the end of clause (d) and by adding the following 
clauses: 

(0 a person that makes an interconnection linking a transmission 
system with an adjacent transmission system in Ontario; or 

(g) a person that makes an interconnection linking a distribution 
system with an adjacent transmission system. 

7. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Sched- 
ules: 

Schedule 1 



Fort Hope Indian Reserve No. 64 



Sandy Lake Indian Settlement 



North Spirit Lake Indian Reserve 



Marten Falls Indian Reserve No. 65 



Weenusk Indian Settlement 



Pikangikum Indian Reserve No. 14 



Poplar Hill Indian Reserve 



Summer Beaver Indian Settlement 



Wunnumin Indian Reserve No. 1, 
Wunnumin Indian Reserve No. 2 



Muskrat Dam Lake Indian Reserve 



Schedule 2 



Cat Lake Indian Reserve No. 63C 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 73/02 

made under the 
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 11,2002 

Amending Reg. 950 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Proceedings Commenced by Certificate of Offence) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Regulation 950 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulations 69/02 and 70/02. Previous amendments 
are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. (1) The Table to section 4.5 of Regulation 950 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out "Munici- 
pality of Metropolitan Toronto" and substituting "City of 
Toronto (established January 1, 1998)". 



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(2) On April I, 2002, the Table to section 4.5 of the Regulation 
is amended by adding the following: 

Regional Municipality of Durham 

(3) On June 1, 2002, the Table to section 4.S of the Regulation 
is amended by adding the following: 

City of Ottawa 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 73/02 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR LES INFRACTIONS PROVINCIALES 

pris le 8 mars 2002 
déposé le 1 1 mars 2002 

modifiant le Règl. 950 des R.R.O. de 1990 

(Instances introduites au moyen du dépôt 

d'un procès-verbal d'infraction) 

Remarque : Depuis la fin de 2001, le Règlement 950 a été modifié 
par les Règlements de l'Ontario 69/02 et 70/02. Les 
modifications antérieures sont indiquées dans la Table 
des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 
19 janvier 2002. 

1. (1) Le tableau de l'article 4.5 du Règlement 950 des Règle- 
ments refondus de l'Ontario de 1990 est modifié par substitution 
de «Cité de Toronto (établie le 1" janvier 1998)» à «Municipalité 
de la communauté urbaine de Toronto». 

(2) Le 1" avril 2002, le Ubieau de l'article 4.5 du Règlement 
est modifié par adjonction de ce qui suit : 

Municipalité régionale de Durham 

(3) Le 1" juin 2002, le tableau de l'article 4.5 du Règlement est 
modifié par adjonction de ce qui suit : 

Ville d'Ottawa 



Rayside-Balfour 

Stoney Creek 

Sudbury (City) 

Sudbury (Regional Municipality) 

Valley East 

Waiden 

(2) The Table to section 13 of the Regulation is amended by 
adding the following: 

Lakeshore 

(3) On April 1, 2002, the Table to section 13 of the Regulation 
is amended by adding the following: 

Petawawa 

2. (1) The Table to section 16 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out the following: 

Town of Capreol 

Town of Dundas 

Town of Flamborough 

City of Hamilton 

Town of Nickel Centre 

Town of Onaping Falls 

Town of Rayside-Balfour 

City of Stoney Creek 

City of Sudbury 

Regional Municipality of Sudbury 

Town of Valley East 

Town of Waiden 

(2) The Table to section 16 of the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing the following: 

City of Burlington 

City of Greater Sudbury 

City of Hamilton (established January 1, 2001) 

Town of Lakeshore 

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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 74/02 

made under the 
PROVINCIAL OFFENCES ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 11, 2002 

Amending Reg. 949 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Parking Infractions) 

Regulation 949 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



1. (1) The Table to section 13 of Regulation 949 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by striking out the fol- 
lowing: 

Capreol 
Dundas 
Nickel Centre 
Onaping Falls 



ONTARIO REGULATION 75/02 
made under the 

ONTARIO DISABILITY SUPPORT 
PROGRAM ACT, 1997 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 11, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 225/98 
(Administration and Cost Sharing) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Ontario Regulation 225/98 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 13/02. Previous amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 1 9, 2002. 

1. Paragraph 3 of subsection 2 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
225/98 is revoked and the following substituted: 

3. Apportion the amount determined imder paragraph 2 among 
the delivery agents by multiplying that amount by the percent- 
age attributable to each delivery agent, 

i. as determined under section 2.1 for years after 2001, or 

ii. as set out in the following Table for 2001 : 



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TABLE 



Delivery Agent 


Percentage of Total 


Regional Municipality of Durham 


7,10194766% 


Regional Municipality of Halton 


7.44053594 % 


Regional Municipality of Peel 


18.95881974% 


City of Toronto 


50.88579604 % 


Regional Municipality of York 


15.61290062% 



2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

2.1 (1) For the purposes of paragraph 3 of subsection 2 (2), the 
percentage attributable to a delivery agent in the Greater Toronto Area 
for a year is the amount determined using the formula. 



A/B 



in which. 



"A" is the total weighted assessment of the delivery agent for the 
year, and 

"B" is the sum of the total weighted assessments of all of the deliv- 
ery agents in the Greater Toronto Area for the year. 

(2) The total weighted assessment of a delivery agent for a year is 
the sum of all amounts each of which is the weighted assessment for a 
property class of the delivery agent for the year determined using the 
formula. 



C^ D 



in which. 



"C" is the GTA-wide weighted transition ratio for the property 
class, and 

"D" is the sum of the net taxable assessments for the previous year 
of all properties in the property class in the geographic area of 
the delivery agent. 

(3) The GTA-wide weighted transition ratio for a property class 
set out in the following Table is the ratio set out opposite the property 
class in the Table: 

TABLE 



Item 


Property Class 


Ratio 


1. 


The residential/farm property class 


1.00 


2. 


The farmlands property class 


0.25 


3. 


The managed forests property class 


0.25 



(4) The GTA-wide weighted transition ratio for a property class 
that is not set out in the Table to subsection (3) is the amount deter- 
mined as follows: 

1 . For each delivery agent, multiply the sum of the net taxable 
assessments for the previous year of all properties in the prop- 
erty class in the geographic area of the delivery agent by the 
transition ratio applicable to that property class and delivery 
agent. 

2. Add the products calculated under paragraph 1 in respect of all 
of the delivery agents. 

3. Divide the sum calculated under paragraph 2 by the sum of the 
net taxable assessments for the previous year of all properties 
in the property class in the geographic areas of all of the deliv- 
ery agents. 

(5) In this section, 

"net taxable assessment" means. 



(a) with respect to property that is in a subclass to which section 
368.1 of the Municipal Act applies, the taxable assessment for 
the property, as reduced by the percentage reduction that 
applies with respect to that assessment under section 368.1 of 
that Act, and 

(b) in respect of property not referred to in clause (a), the taxable 
assessment in respect of the property; ("évaluation nette impo- 
sable") 

"property class" means a class of real property prescribed under the 
Assessment Act; ("catégorie de biens") 

"taxable assessment" means, in respect of a property, the assessment 
of the property on which tax rates are levied under section 366 or 
368 of the Municipal Act; ("évaluation imposable") 

"transition ratio" means, in respect of a delivery agent for a property 
class not set out in the Table to subsection (3), the transition ratio 
or average transition ratio, as applicable, that is prescribed for the 
purposes of section 363 of the Municipal Act for the property class 
in the delivery agent's geographic area, ("coefficient de transition") 

3. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
January 1, 2001. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 75/02 
pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1997 SUR LE PROGRAMME ONTARIEN 
DE SOUTIEN AUX PERSONNES HANDICAPÉES 

pris le 8 mars 2002 
déposé le 1 1 mars 2002 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 225/98 
(Administration et partage des coûts) 

Remarque : Depuis la fin de 2001, le Règlement de l'Ontario 225/98 
a été modifié par le Règlement de l'Ontario 13/02. Les 
modifications antérieures sont indiquées dans la Table 
des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 
19 janvier 2002. 

1. La disposition 3 du paragraphe 2 (2) du Règlement de 
l'Ontario 225/98 est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

3. Répartir le montant déterminé aux termes de la disposition 2 
entre les agents de prestation des services en multipliant ce 
montant par le pourcentage attribuable à chaque agent, tel qu'il 
est : 

i. soit déterminé aux termes de l'article 2.1, pour les années 
postérieures à 2001, 

ii. soit indiqué dans le tableau suivant pour 2001 : 

TABLEAU 



Agent de prestation des services 


Pourcentage du total 


Municipalité régionale de Durham 


7,10194766% 


Municipalité régionale de Halton 


7,44053594 % 


Municipalité régionale de Peel 


18.95881974% 


Cité de Toronto 


50,88579604 % 


Municipalité régionale de York 


15,61290062% 



2. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction de l'article sui- 
vant : 

2.1 (I) Pour l'application de la disposition 3 du paragraphe 2 (2), 
le pourcentage attribuable, pour une année donnée, à un agent de 



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prestation des services qui se trouve dans le grand Toronto est déter- 
miné selon la formule suivante : 

A/B 



«A» représente l'évaluation pondérée totale de l'agent de prestation 
des services pour l'année; 

«B» représente la somme des évaluations pondérées totales pour 
l'année de tous les agents de prestation des services qui se 
trouvent dans le grand Toronto. 

(2) L'évaluation pondérée totale d'un agent de prestation des ser- 
vices pour une année donnée est la somme de tous les montants dont 
chacun représente l'évaluation pondérée d'une catégorie de biens de 
l'agent pour l'année, déterminée selon la formule suivante ; 

CxD 



«évaluation imposable» Relativement à un bien, s'entend de 
l'évaluation du bien à l'égard de laquelle des impôts sont prélevés 
aux termes de l'article 366 ou 368 de la Loi sur les municipalités. 
(«taxable assessment») 

«évaluation nette imposable» S'entend : 

a) relativement à un bien qui appartient à une sous-catégorie à 
laquelle s'applique l'article 368.1 de la Loi sur les municipali- 
tés, de l'évaluation imposable du bien, réduite du pourcentage 
applicable à l'évaluation aux termes de l'article 368.1 de cette 
Loi; 

b) relativement à un bien non visé à l'alinéa a), de l'évaluation 
imposable du bien, («net taxable assessment») 

3. Le présent règlement est réputé être entré en vigueur le 1" 
janvier 2001. 

13/02 



«C» représente le coefficient de transition pondéré de l'ensemble du 
grand Toronto applicable à la catégorie de biens; 

«D» représente la somme des évaluations nettes imposables pour 
l'année précédente de tous les biens qui appartiennent à la ca- 
tégorie de biens situés dans la zone géographique de l'agent de 
prestation des services. 

(3) Le coefficient de transition pondéré de l'ensemble du grand 
Toronto applicable à une catégorie de biens indiquée au tableau sui- 
vant est le coefficient indiqué en regard de la catégorie de biens dans 
le tableau : 

TABLEAU 



Numéro 


Catégorie de biens 


Coefficient 


1. 


Catégorie des biens résidentiels/agricoles 


1,00 


2. 


Catégorie des terres agricoles 


0,25 


3. 


Catégorie des forêts aménagées 


0.25 



(4) Le coefficient de transition pondéré de l'ensemble du grand 
Toronto applicable à une catégorie de biens qui n'est pas indiquée au 
tableau figurant au paragraphe (3) est déterminé de la façon suivante : 

1. Pour chaque agent de prestation des services, multiplier la 
somme des évaluations nettes imposables pour l'année précé- 
dente de tous les biens qui appartiennent à la catégorie de biens 
situés dans la zone géographique de l'agent par le coefficient 
de transition applicable à cette catégorie de biens et à l'agent. 

2. Additiormer les produits obtenus aux termes de la disposition 1 
à l'égard de tous les agents de prestation des services. 

3. Diviser la somme obtenue aux termes de la disposition 2 par la 
somme des évaluations nettes imposables pour l'année précé- 
dente de tous les biens qui appartiennent à la catégorie de biens 
situés dans les zones géographiques de tous les agents de pres- 
tation des services. 

(5) Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent au présent article. 

«catégorie de biens» Catégorie de biens immeubles prescrite en appli- 
cation de la Loi sur l 'évaluation foncière, («property class») 

«coefficient de transition» Relativement à un agent de prestation des 
services pour une catégorie de biens non indiquée au tableau figu- 
rant au paragraphe (3), s'entend du coefficient de transition ou du 
coefficient de transition moyen, selon le cas, qui est prescrit pour 
l'application de l'article 363 de la Loi sur les municipalités pour la 
catégorie de biens situés dans la zone géographique de l'agent, 
(«transition ratio») 



ONTARIO REGULATION 76/02 

made under the 

ONTARIO WORKS ACT, 1997 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 11,2002 

Amending O. Reg. 135/98 
(Administration and Cost Sharing) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Ontario Regulation 135/98 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 12/02. Previous amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

L (I) Paragraph 4 of subsection 7 (2) of Ontario Regulation 
135/98 is revoked and the following substituted: 

4. Apportion the amount determined under paragraph 3 among 
the delivery agents by multiplying that amount by the percent- 
age attributable to each delivery agent, 

i. as determined under subsection (4) for years after 2001, or 

ii. as set out in the following Table for 2001 : 

TABLE 



Delivery Agent 


Percentage of Total 


Regional Municipality of Durham 


7.10194766% 


Regional Municipality of Halton 


7.44053594 % 


Regional Municipality of Peel 


18.95881974% 


City of Toronto 


50.88579604 % 


Regional Municipality of York 


15.61290062% 



(2) The Table to subsection 7 (2) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(3) Section 7 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsections: 

(4) For the purposes of paragraph 4 of subsection (2), the percent- 
age attributable to a delivery agent in the Greater Toronto Area for a 
year is the amount determined using the formula. 



A/B 



in which. 



"A" is the total weighted assessment of the delivery agent for the 
year, and 



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"B" is the sum of the total weighted assessments of all of the deliv- 
ery agents in the Greater Toronto Area for the year. 

(5) The total weighted assessment of a delivery agent for a year is 
the sum of all amounts each of which is the weighted assessment for a 
property class of the delivery agent for the year determined using the 
formula. 



CxD 



in which. 



"C"' is the GTA-wide weighted transition ratio for the property 
class, and 

"D" is the sum of the net taxable assessments for the previous year 
of all properties in the property class in the geographic area of 
the delivery agent. 

(6) The GTA-wide weighted transition ratio for a property class 
set out in the following Table is the ratio set out opposite the property 
class in the Table: 

TABLE 



Item 


Property Class 


Ratio 


1. 


The residential/farm property class 


1.00 


2. 


The farmlands property class 


0.25 


3. 


The managed forests property class 


0.25 



(7) The GTA-wide weighted transition ratio for a property class 
that is not set out in the Table to subsection (6) is the amount deter- 
mined as follows: 

1. For each delivery agent, multiply the sum of the net taxable 
assessments for the previous year of all properties in the prop- 
erty class in the geographic area of the delivery agent by the 
transition ratio applicable to that property class and delivery 
agent. 

2. Add the products calculated under paragraph 1 in respect of all 
of the delivery agents. 

3. Divide the sum calculated under paragraph 2 by the sum of the 
net taxable assessments for the previous year of all properties 
in the property class in the geographic areas of all of the deliv- 
ery agents. 

(8) In this section, 

"net taxable assessment" means, 

(a) with respect to property that is in a subclass to which section 
368. 1 of the Municipal Act applies, the taxable assessment for 
the property, as reduced by the percentage reduction that 
applies with respect to that assessment under section 368.1 of 
that Act, and 

(b) in respect of property not referred to in clause (a), the taxable 
assessment in respect of the property; ("évaluation nette impo- 
sable") 

"property class" means a class of real property prescribed under the 
Assessment Act; ("catégorie de biens") 

"taxable assessment" means, in respect of a property, the assessment 
of the property on which tax rates are levied under section 366 or 
368 of the Municipal Act; ("évaluation imposable") 

"transition ratio" means, in respect of a delivery agent for a property 
class not set out in the Table to subsection (6), the transition ratio 
or average transition ratio, as applicable, that is prescribed for the 
purposes of section 363 of the Municipal Act for the property class 
in the delivery agent's geographic area, ("coefficient de transition") 



2. This Regulation shall be deemed to have come into force on 
January 1,2001. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 76/02 
pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1997 SUR LE PROGRAMME 
ONTARIO AU TRAVAIL 

pris le 8 mars 2002 
déposé le 1 1 mars 2002 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 135/98 
(Administration et partage des coûts) 

Remarque : Depuis la fin de 2001, le Règlement de l'Ontario 135/98 
a été modifié par le Règlement de l'Ontario 12/02. Les 
modifications antérieures sont indiquées dans la Table 
des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 
19 janvier 2002. 

1. (1) La disposition 4 du paragraphe 7 (2) du Règlement de 
l'Ontario 135/98 est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

4. Répartir le montant déterminé aux termes de la disposition 3 
entre les agents de prestation des services en multipliant ce 
montant par le pourcentage attribuable à chaque agent, tel qu'il 

est : 

i. soit déterminé aux termes du paragraphe (4), pour les 
années postérieures à 2001, 

ii. soit indiqué dans le tableau suivant pour 2001 : 

TABLEAU 



Agent de prestation des services 


Pourcentage du total 


Municipalité régionale de Durham 


7,10194766% 


Municipalité régionale de Halton 


7,44053594 % 


Municipalité régionale de Peel 


18,95881974% 


Cité de Toronto 


50,88579604 % 


Municipalité régionale de York 


15,61290062% 



(2) Le tableau figurant au paragraphe 7 (2) du Règlement est 
abrogé. 

(3) L'article 7 du Règlement est modifié par adjonction des 
paragraphes suivants : 

(4) Pour l'application de la disposition 4 du paragraphe (2), le 
pourcentage attribuable, pour une année donnée, à un agent de presta- 
tion des services qui se trouve dans le grand Toronto est déterminé 
selon la formule suivante : 

A/B 



«A» représente l'évaluation pondérée totale de l'agent de prestation 
des services pour l'année; 

«B» représente la somme des évaluations pondérées totales pour 
l'année de tous les agents de prestation des services qui se 
trouvent dans le grand Toronto. 

(5) L'évaluation pondérée totale d'un agent de prestation des ser- 1 
vices pour une année donnée est la somme de tous les montants dont 
chacun représente l'évaluation pondérée d'une catégorie de biens de 
l'agent pour l'année, déterminée selon la formule suivante : J 

CxD 



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«C» représente le coefficient de transition pondéré de l'ensemble du 
grand Toronto applicable à la catégorie de biens; 

«D» représente la somme des évaluations nettes imposables pour 
l'année précédente de tous les biens qui appartiennent à la ca- 
tégorie de biens situés dans la zone géographique de l'agent de 
prestation des services. 

(6) Le coefficient de transition pondéré de l'ensemble du grand 
Toronto applicable à une catégorie de biens indiquée au tableau sui- 
vant est le coefficient indiqué en regard de la catégorie de bietis dans 
le tableau : 

TABLEAU 



Numéro 


Catégorie de biens 


Coefficient 


1. 


Catégorie des biens résidentiels/agricoles 


1,00 


2. 


Catégorie des terres agricoles 


0.25 


3. 


Catégorie des forêts aménagées 


0,25 



(7) Le coefficient de transition pondéré de l'ensemble du grand 
Toronto applicable à une catégorie de biens qui n'est pas indiquée au 
tableau figurant au paragraphe (6) est déterminé de la façon suivante : 

1. Pour chaque agent de prestation des services, multiplier la 
somme des évaluations nettes imposables pour l'année précé- 
dente de tous les biens qui appartiennent à la catégorie de biens 
situés dans la zone géographique de l'agent par le coefficient 
de transition applicable à cette catégorie de biens et à l'agent. 

2. Additionner les produits obtenus aux termes de la disposition 1 
à l'égard de tous les agents de prestation des services. 

3. Diviser la somme obtenue aux termes de la disposition 2 par la 
soimne des évaluations nettes imposables pour l'année précé- 
dente de tous les biens qui appartierment à la catégorie de biens 
situés dans les zones géographiques de tous les agents de pres- 
tation des services. 

(8) Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent au présent article. 

«catégorie de biens» Catégorie de biens immeubles prescrite en appli- 
cation de la Loi sur l 'évaluation foncière, («property class») 

«coefficient de transition» Relativement à un agent de prestation des 
services pour une catégorie de biens non indiquée au tableau figu- 
rant au paragraphe (6), s'entend du coefficient de transition ou du 
coefficient de transition moyen, selon le cas, qui est prescrit pour 
l'application de l'article 363 de la Loi sur les municipalités pour la 
catégorie de biens situés dans la zone géographique de l'agent, 
(«transition ratio») 

«évaluation imposable» Relativement à un bien, s'entend de 
l'évaluation du bien à l'égard de laquelle des impôts sont prélevés 
aux termes de l'article 366 ou 368 de la Loi sur les municipalités. 
(«taxable assessment») 

«évaluation nette imposable» S'entend : 

a) relativement à un bien qui appartient à une sous-catégorie à 
laquelle s'applique l'article 368.1 de la Loi sur les municipali- 
tés, de l'évaluation imposable du bien, réduite du pourcentage 
applicable à l'évaluation aux termes de l'article 368.1 de cette 
Loi; 

b) relativement à un bien non visé à l'alinéa a), de l'évaluation 
imposable du bien, («net taxable assessment») 

2. Le présent règlement est réputé être entré en vigueur le 1" 
janvier 200L 



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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 77/02 

made under the 

CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES ACT 

Made: March 1 1,2002 
Filed: March II, 2002 

Amending Reg. 70 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Regulation 70 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2(X)2. 



1. (1) The definition ofacceptable exit" in section 1 of Regu- 
lation 70 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended 

by, 

(a) striking out "Regulation 61 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 (Building Code)" in the portion before para- 
graph 1 and substituting "Ontario Regulation 403/97 under 
the Building Code Act, 1992"; and 

(b) striking out paragraph 4 and substituting the following: 

4. A fire escape that meets the specifications of Ontario Regula- 
tion 403/97 under the Building Code Act. 1992. 

(2) The definition of "fuel-fired appliance" in section I of the 
Regulation is amended by striking out "Regulation 61 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 (Building Code)" at the end 
and substituting "Ontario Regulation 403/97 under the Building 
Code Act, 199r. 

(3) Section 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing definition: 

"physical restraint", in relation to a resident of a residence, means 
using a holding technique to restrict the resident's ability to move 
freely, and "physically restrain" has a corresponding meaning; 

(4) Clause (a) of the definition of "social work assistant" in 
section 1 of the Regulation is amended by striking out "has suc- 
cessfully completed Grade 13 in Ontario" and substituting "has 
attained an Ontario secondary school diploma". 

(5) Section I of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(2) For greater certainty, "physical restraint", as defined in subsec- 
tion ( 1 ), does not include, 

(a) restriction of movement, physical redirection or physical 
prompting, if the restriction of movement, physical redirection 
or physical prompting is brief, gentle and part of a behaviour 
teaching program; or 

(b) the use of helmets, protective mitts or other equipment to pre- 
vent a resident from physically injuring or further physically 
injuring himself or herself 

2. Subclause 2 (2) (e) (v) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(v) the requirements of Ontario Regulation 403/97 under the 
Building Code Act. 1992. 

3. Paragraph 2 of section 63 of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto" and 
substituting "the City of Toronto". 



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4. Clauses 64 (e) and (f) of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(e) the requirements of Ontario Regulation 403/97 under the 
Building Code Act, 1992, where applicable; and 

(f) the requirements of Ontario Regulation 388/97 under the Fire 
Protection and Prevention Act, 1997, where applicable. 

5. Clauses 102 (1) (a) to (d) of the Regulation arc revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(a) a resident dies; 

(b) a resident is seriously injured; 

(c) a resident is injured by a staff person or by the licensee; 

(d) a resident is abused or mistreated; 

(d.l) a resident is physically restrained by a staff person or by the 
licensee; 

6. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

Physical Restraint 

109.1 (1) In this section, 

"young offender" means a resident of a residence who is in one of the 
following programs in the residence: 

1 . A secure or an open temporary detention program established 
in a place of temporary detention under subsection 89 (2) of 
the Act. 

2. A maximum or medium security custody program established 
in a place of secure custody under subsection 89 (3) of the Act. 

3. An open custody program established in a place of open cus- 
tody under subsection 89 (4) of the Act. 

(2) Every licensee operating a residence shall ensure that physical 
restraint of residents of the residence is not carried out except in 
accordance with the following rules: 

1 . Physical restraint of a resident may be carried out only, 

i. for the purpose of preventing the resident from physically 
injuring or further physically injuring himself or herself or 
others, or 

ii. if the resident is a young offender, for the purpose of pre- 
venting the resident from escaping from the residence or 
causing significant property damage. 

2. Physical restraint of a resident may never be carried out for the 
purpose of punishing the resident. 

3. Physical restraint of a resident may be carried out only if there 
is a clear and imminent risk that, 

i. the resident will physically injure or further physically 
injure himself or herself or others, or 

ii. if the resident is a young offender, the resident will escape 
from the residence or cause significant property damage. 

4. Physical restraint of a resident may be carried out only after it 
is determined that less intrusive interventions are or would be 
ineffective in, 

i. preventing the resident from physically injuring or further 
physically injuring himself or herself or others, or 

ii. if the resident is a young offender, preventing the resident 
from escaping from the residence or causing significant 
property damage. 



5. Physical restraint of a resident may be carried out, 

i. by a member of the residence's staff, if he or she has 
obtained the training and education described in section 
109.3, or 

ii. by the licensee, if the licensee is an individual who 
provides direct care to residents of the residence and has 
obtained the training and education described in section 
109.3. 

6. A particular holding technique may be used, 

i. by a member of the residence's staff, if he or she has 
received specific training in that technique in a training 
program approved by the Minister, or 

ii. by the licensee, if the licensee is an individual who 
provides direct care to residents of the residence and has 
received specific training in that technique in a training 
program approved by the Minister. 

7. When physical restraint of a resident is carried out, it must be 
carried out using the least amount of force that is necessary to 
restrict the resident's ability to move freely. 

8. During physical restraint of a resident, the resident's condition 
must be continually monitored and assessed. 

9. Physical restraint of a resident must be stopped upon the earlier 
of the following: 

i. When there is no longer a clear and imminent risk that, 

A. the resident will physically injure or further physi- 
cally injure himself or herself or others, or 

B. if the resident is a young offender, the resident will 
escape from the residence or cause significant prop- 
erty damage. 

ii. When there is a risk that the physical restraint itself will 
endanger the health or safety of the resident. 

(3) Every licensee operating a residence shall establish, 

(a) a written policy concerning the interventions that must be 
employed or considered for the purpose of preventing a 
resident from physically injuring or further physically injuring 
himself or herself or others, in order to avoid the need to 
physically restrain the resident; 

(b) a written policy concerning the interventions that must be 
employed or considered for the purpose of preventing a 
resident who is a young offender from escaping from the 
residence or causing significant property damage, in order to 
avoid the need to physically restrain the resident; and 

(c) a written policy concerning the protocols that must be followed 
in monitoring and assessing a resident's condition during 
physical restraint. 

109.2 Every licensee operating a residence shall ensure that when 
a resident of the residence is physically restrained, debriefing is con- 
ducted in accordance with the following rules: 

1 . One debriefing process must be conducted among the members 
of the residence's staff who were involved in the physical 
restraint and, if the licensee is an individual who was involved 
in the physical restraint, the licensee. 

2. Another debriefing process must be conducted among the 
persons mentioned in paragraph 1 and the resident who was 
physically restrained, and this process must be structured to 
accommodate the resident's psychological and emotional needs 
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3. Subject to paragraph 4, the debriefing processes referred to in 
paragraphs 1 and 2 must be conducted within 48 hours after the 
physical restraint was carried out. 

4. If circumstances do not permit a debriefing process referred to 
in paragraph I or 2 to be conducted within 48 hours after the 
physical restraint was carried out, the debriefing process must 
be conducted as soon as possible after the 48-hour period and a 
record must be kept of the circumstances which prevented the 
debriefing process from being conducted within the 48-hour 
period. 

109-} (1) Every licensee operating a residence shall ensure that 
the following training is successfully completed by all of the resi- 
dence's program staff persons and, if the licensee is an individual who 
provides direct care to residents of the residence, by the licensee: 

1. A training program that includes training in the use of physical 
restraint and that is approved by the Minister. 

2. All refresher courses required under the program. 

(2) Every licensee operating a residence shall ensure that educa- 
tion respecting the following subject-matter is obtained by all of the 
residence's program staff persons and, if the licensee is an individual 
who provides direct care to residents of the residence, by the licensee: 

1. The provisions of this Regulation concerning physical restraint 
of residents of a residence. 

2. The policies established by the Ministry of Community and 
Social Services concerning physical restraint of residents of a 
residence. 

3. The residence's policies concerning physical restraint of its 
residents. 

(3) Every licensee operating a residence shall ensure that, 

(a) the education of a current program staff person and, if the 
licensee is an individual who provides direct care to residents 
of the residence, of the licensee, 

(i) in the subject-matter described in paragraph 1 of subsec- 
tion (2) is completed within 30 days after each new regula- 
tory provision concerning physical restraint of residents of 
a residence comes into force, 

(ii) in the subject-matter described in paragraph 2 of subsec- 
tion (2) is completed within 30 days after each new minis- 
try policy concerning physical resU-aint of residents of a 
residence is received by the licensee, and 

(iii) in the subject-matter described in paragraph 3 of subsec- 
tion (2) is completed within 30 days after each new resi- 
dence policy concerning physical restraint of its residents 
is established; 

(b) if a new program staff person commences employment in the 
residence, the person's education in the subject-matter 
described in subsection (2) is completed within 30 days after 
the person commences employment in the residence; and 

(c) if a licensee who is an individual has not provided, but subse- 
quently begins to provide, direct care to residents of the resi- 
dence, the licensee's education in the subject-matter described 
in subsection (2) is completed within 30 days after the licensee 
begins to provide direct care to residents of the residence. 

(4) Every licensee operating a residence shall ensure that a per- 
formance review is conducted annually for each program staff person 
and that, during the performance review, the program staff person's 
understanding and application of the subject-matter described in sub- 
section (2) is assessed and recorded. 



7. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2003. 

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made under the 
DEVELOPMENTAL SERVICES ACT 

Made: March 11,2002 
Filed: March 11, 2002 

Amending Reg. 272 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 272 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in TIte 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Regulation 272 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
is amended by adding the following Part: 

PART VI 
RULES GOVERNING PHYSICAL RESTRAINT 

17. (1) In this Part, 

'"direct care staff member", in relation to a facility, means, 

(a) a member of the facility's staff who provides direct care to 
residents of the facility, and 

(b) an owner of the facility who is an individual providing direct 
care to residents of the facility; 

"physical restraint", in relation to a resident, means using a holding 
technique to restrict the resident's ability to move freely, and 
"physically restrain" has a corresponding meaning. 

(2) For greater certainty, physical restraint does not include, 

(a) restriction of movement, physical redirection or physical 
prompting, if the restriction of movement, physical redirection 
or physical prompting is brief gentle and part of a behaviour 
teaching program; or 

(b) the use of helmets, protective mitts or other equipment to pre- 
vent a resident from physically injuring or fiuther physically 
injuring himself or herself 

18. (1) The board, or where there is no board, the owner of every 
facility shall ensure that physical restraint of residents of the facility is 
not carried out except in accordance with the following rules: 

1 . Physical restraint of a resident may be carried out only for the 
purpose of preventing the resident from physically injuring or 
further physically injuring himself or herself or others. 

2. Physical restraint of a resident may never be carried out for the 
purpose of punishing the resident. 

3. Physical restraint of a resident may be carried out only if there 
is a clear and imminent risk that the resident will physically 
injure or further physically injure himself or herself or others. 

4. Physical restraint of a resident may be carried out only after it 
is determined that less intrusive interventions are or would be 
ineffective in preventing the resident from physically injuring 
or fiuther physically injuring himself or herself or others. 

5. Physical restraint of a resident may be carried out only by the 
facility's direct care staff members who have received the 
training and education described in section 21. 



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6. A particular holding technique may be used only by the facil- 
ity's direct care staff members who have received specific 
training in that technique in a training program approved by the 
Minister. 

7. When physical restraint of a resident is carried out, it must be 
carried out using the least amount of force that is necessary to 
restrict the resident's ability to move freely. 

8. During physical restraint of a resident, the resident's condition 
must be continually monitored and assessed. 

9. Physical restraint of a resident must be stopped upon the earlier 
of the following: 

i. When there is no longer a clear and imminent risk that the 
resident will physically injure himself or herself or others. 

ii. When there is a risk that the physical restraint itself will 
endanger the health or safety of the resident. 

(2) The board, or where there is no board, the owner of every facil- 
ity shall establish, 

(a) a written policy concerning the interventions that must be 
employed or considered for the purpose of preventing a 
resident from physically injuring or further physically injuring 
himself or herself or others, in order to avoid the need to 
physically restrain the resident; and 

(b) a written policy concerning the protocols that must be followed 
in monitoring and assessing a resident's condition during 
physical restraint. 

19. Within 24 hours after physical restraint of a resident of a facil- 
ity is carried out, the board, or where there is no board, the owner of 
the facility shall report the occurrence to, 

(a) the Minister; and 

(b) a parent, guardian or emergency contact of the resident. 

20. The board, or where there is no board, the owner of every 
facility shall, 

(a) ensure that after a resident is physically restrained, a debriefing 
process is conducted among the facility's direct care staff 
members who were involved in the physical restraint; 

(b) ensure that after a resident is physically restrained, a debriefing 
process is conducted among the facility's direct care staff 
members who were involved in the physical restraint and the 
resident who was physically restrained, and that the process is 
structured to accommodate the resident's psychological and 
emotional needs and cognitive capacity; and 

(c) ensure, 

(i) that the debriefing processes referred to in clauses (a) and 
(b) are conducted within 48 hours after the physical 
restraint is carried out, or 

(ii) if circumstances do not permit a debriefing process to be 
conducted within the 48-hour period, that the debriefing 
process is conducted as soon as possible after the 48-hour 
period and that a record is kept of the circumstances which 
prevented the debriefing process from being conducted 
within the 48-hour period. 

21. (I) The board, or where there is no board, the owner of every 
facility shall ensure that all of the facility's direct care staff members 
successfiilly complete, 

(a) a training program that includes training in the use of physical 
restraint and that is approved by the Minister; and 

(b) all refresher courses required under the program. 



(2) The board, or where there is no board, the owner of every facil- 
ity shall ensure that, 

(a) all of the facility's direct care staff members receive education 
respecfing, 

(i) the provisions of this Regulation concerning physical 
restraint of residents, 

(ii) the policies established by the Ministry concerning physi- 
cal restraint of residents, and 

(iii) the facility's policies concerning physical restraint of its 
residents; 

(b) the education of a current direct care staff member, 

(i) in the subject-matter described in subclause (a) (i) is com- 
pleted within 30 days after each new regulatory provision 
concerning physical restraint of residents comes into force, 

(ii) in the subject-matter described in subclause (a) (ii) is 
completed within 30 days after each new Ministry policy 
concerning physical restraint of residents is received by the 
facility, and 

(iii) in the subject-matter described in subclause (a) (iii) is 
completed within 30 days after each new facility policy 
concerning physical restraint of its residents is established; 

(c) if a new direct care staff member, other than an owner of the 
facility, commences employment with the facility, the 
member's education in the subject-matter described in clause 
(a) is completed within 30 days after the member commences 
employment with the facility; 

(d) if an owner of the facility who is an individual has not pro- 
vided, but subsequently begins to provide, direct care to resi- 
dents of the facility, the owner's education in the subject- 
matter described in clause (a) is completed within 30 days after 
the owner begins to provide direct care to residents of the facil- 
ity; and 

(e) a performance review is conducted annually for each direct 
care staff member, other than an owner of the facility, and that, 
during the performance review, the member's understanding 
and application of the subject-matter described in clause (a) is 
assessed and recorded. 

2. This Regulation comes into Torce on April 1, 2003. 

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made under the 

ONTARIO COLLEGE OF TEACHERS ACT, 1996 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 11, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 270/01 

(Professional Learning Committee 

and Professional Learning Requirements) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 270/01 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Section 9 of Ontario Regulation 270/01 is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



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Courses completed outside of five-year period 

9. ( I ) A course approved as a professional learning course under 
clause 24.1 (8) (b) or 24.3 (1) (b) of the Act that is successfully com- 
pleted by a member is deemed to be a professional learning course 
successfully completed by the member during his or her first five-year 
period if the member completes the course during the period, 

(a) that commences on or after the later of, 

(i) June 30, 2001, and 

(ii) the day the member receives a new certificate of qualifica- 
tion and registration under the Act; and 

(b) that ends before the commencement of the member's first five- 
year period. 

(2) A course approved as a professional learning course under 
clause 24.1 (8) (b) or 24.3 (1) (b) of the Act that is successfully com- 
pleted by a member during a calendar year for which the member is 
exempt from the application of section 24.6 of the Act is deemed to be 
a professional learning course successfully completed by the member 
during the five-year period next ending after the member ceases to be 
exempt. 

Exemption, retired member 

10. (I) A member who is retired and who receives pension bene- 
fits under a retirement plan at any time in a calendar year is exempt 
from the application of section 24.6 of the Act for that calendar year. 

(2) Every member who is exempt under subsection ( 1 ) shall notify 
the Registrar no later than June 30 before the end of the period that 
would otherwise be the member's first five-year period ending after 
he or she retires and shall provide such material as the Registrar may 
require to verify that the member qualifies for the exemption. 

(3) If the member provides the notice to the Registrar required 
under subsection (2), the member's five-year periods referred to in 
section 24.6 of the Act exclude all calendar years for which the mem- 
ber is exempt under subsection ( I ). 

Other exemptions 

11. (1) A member who belongs to one of the following classes of 
members is exempt from the application of section 24.6 of the Act for 
one or more calendar years, as determined under subsection (2): 

1. Members employed in teaching positions who are on an 
extended leave approved by the appropriate employer for a 
period of at least four consecutive calendar months. 

2. Members who work in a non-teaching position for which they 
are not required to be members for a period of at least four 
consecutive calendar months. 

3. Members who are not employed for a period of at least four 
consecutive calendar months. 

(2) A member described in subsection (I) is exempt for each cal- 
endar year that includes the last day of a period of 12 consecutive 
calendar months that satisfies the following rules: 

1 . The period of 1 2 consecutive calendar months starts, 

(i) on the first day of the first full calendar month of the 
period of at least four consecutive calendar months 
referred to in subsection (1), or 

(ii) on the day that is an annual anniversary of the day 
described in subclause (i). 

2. The period of 12 consecutive calendar months includes a 
period of at least four consecutive calendar months throughout 
which the member is on the extended leave, working in the 
non-teaching position or is not employed, as the case may be. 



Calculation of five-year period 

12. (1) If a member is exempt under section 1 1 for one or more 
calendar years, the member may apply to the Registrar to exclude 
those years in the calculation of the member's five-year period 
referred to in section 24.6 of the Act. 

(2) An application under subsection (1) must be made to the 
Registrar no later than June 30 before the end of the period that would 
otherwise be the member's first five-year period ending during or 
after the period for which the member is exempt under section 1 1 . 

(3) Upon the request of the Registrar, the member shall provide 
such material as the Registrar may require to verify the member's 
exemption and the calendar year or years for which the member is 
exempt. 

(4) If the member makes an application to the Registrar under 
subsection (I) and provides any material required under subsection 
(3), the Registrar shall notify the member of the day on which the 
member's five-year period ends for the purposes of section 24.6 of the 
Act. 

(5) For the purposes of determining a day referred to in subsection 
(4), the member's five-year period for the purposes of section 24.6 of 
the Act excludes all calendar years for which the Registrar verifies 
that the member is exempt under section 1 1 . 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 79/02 
pris en application de la 

LOI DE 1996 SLR L'ORDRE DES ENSEIGNANTES 
ET DES ENSEIGNANTS DE L'ONTARIO 

pris le 8 mars 2002 
déposé le 1 1 mars 2002 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 270/01 

(Comité du perfectionnement professionnel 

et exigences en matière de perfectionnement professionnel) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 270/01 a été modifié anté- 
rieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la 
Table des règlements publiée dans la Gazelle de 
l 'Ontario du 1 9 janvier 2002. 

1. L'article 9 du Règlement de l'Ontario 270/01 est abrogé et 
remplacé par ce qui suit : 

Cours terminés en dehors de la période de cinq ans 

9. (1) Le cours qui est approuvé comme cours de perfectionne- 
ment professionnel en application de l'alinéa 24. 1 (8) b) ou 24.3 ( 1 ) b) 
de la Loi et qu'un membre réussit est réputé être un cours de perfec- 
tiormement professionnel réussi par lui au cours de sa première pé- 
riode de cinq ans s'il le termine pendant la période : 

a) qui commence celui des jours suivants qui est postérieur à 
l'autre ou après ce jour-là : 

(i) le 30 juin 2001, 

(ii) le jour où le membre reçoit un nouveau certificat de com- 
pétence et d'inscription en vertu de la Loi; 

b) qui se termine avant le début de la première période de cinq 
ans du membre. 

(2) Le cours qui est approuvé comme cours de perfectioimement 
professionnel en application de l'alinéa 24.1 (8) b) ou 24.3 (1) b) de la 
Loi et qu'un membre réussit au cours d'une année civile pour laquelle 
il est dispensé de l'application de l'article 24.6 de la Loi est réputé 



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être un cours de perfectionnement professionnel réussi par lui au 
cours de la période de cinq ans qui se termine après que le membre 
cesse d'être dispensé. 

Dispense : membres à la retraite 

10. (I) Le membre qui est à la retraite et qui reçoit des prestations 
dans le cadre d'un régime de retraite à un moment quelconque de 
l'année civile est dispensé de l'application de l'article 24.6 de la Loi 
pour cette année civile. 

(2) Chaque membre dispensé en application du paragraphe (1) 
avise le registrateur au plus tard le 30 juin précédant la fin de la 
période qui serait par ailleurs sa première période de cinq ans qui se 
termine après son départ en retraite et fournit les documents qu'exige 
le registrateur afin de vérifier qu'il est admissible à la dispense. 

(3) Si le membre donne au registrateur l'avis exigé en application 
du paragraphe (2), ses périodes de cinq ans visées à l'article 24.6 de la 
Loi excluent toutes les années civiles pour lesquelles il est dispensé en 
application du paragraphe ( I ). 

Autres dispenses 

11. (I) Le membre qui appartient à une des catégories suivantes 
de membres est dispensé de l'application de l'article 24.6 de la Loi 
pour une ou plusieurs années civiles, suivant le paragraphe (2) : 

1. Les membres employés à un poste d'enseignant qui sont en 
congé prolongé approuvé par l'employeur compétent pendant 
une période d'au moins quatre mois civils consécutifs. 

2. Les membres qui travaillent à un poste de non-enseignant pour 
lequel ils ne sont pas tenus d'être membres pendant une 
période d'au moins quatre mois civils consécutifs. 

3. Les membres qui ne sont pas employés pendant une période 
d'au moins quatre mois civils consécutifs. 

(2) Le membre visé au paragraphe ( I ) est dispensé pour les années 
civiles qui comprennent le dernier jour d'une période de 12 mois 
civils consécutifs remplissant les conditions suivantes : 

1. La période de 12 mois civils consécutifs commence, selon le 
cas : 

(i) le premier jour du premier mois civil complet de la période 
d'au moins quatre mois civils consécutifs visée au para- 
graphe (1), 

(ii) le jour anniversaire annuel du jour visé au sous-alinéa (i). 

2. La période de 1 2 mois civils consécutifs comprend une période 
d'au moins quatre mois civils consécutifs tout au long de la- 
quelle le membre est en congé prolongé, travaille à un poste de 
non-enseignant ou n'est pas employé, selon le cas. 

Calcul de la période de cinq ans 

12. (I) Le membre qui est dispensé en application de l'article 1 1 
pour une ou plusieurs années civiles peut demander au registrateur 
d'exclure ces années du calcul de sa période de cinq ans visée à 
l'article 24.6 de la Loi. 

(2) La demande visée au paragraphe (I) est présentée au registra- 
teur au plus tard le 30 juin précédant la fin de la période qui serait par 
ailleurs la première période de cinq ans du membre qui se termine 
après la période pour laquelle le membre est dispensé en application 
de l'article 1 1 ou au cours de celle-ci. 

(3) À la demande du registrateur, le membre fournit les documents 
qu'exige ce dernier afin de vérifier la dispense du membre et l'année 
ou les années civiles pour lesquelles le membre est dispensé. 

(4) Si le membre présente une demande au registrateur en vertu du 
paragraphe (I) et fournit tous documents exigés en application du 
paragraphe (3), le registrateur l'avise du jour où sa période de cinq 
ans se termine pour l'application de l'article 24.6 de la Loi. 



(5) Afin de déterminer le jour visé au paragraphe (4), la période de 
cinq ans du membre pour l'application de l'article 24.6 de la Loi 
exclut toutes les années civiles pour lesquelles le registrateur vérifie 
que le membre est dispensé en application de l'article 11. 

13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 80/02 

made under the 

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12, 2002 

AmendingO. Reg. 714/94 
(Firefighters — Protective Equipment) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 714/94 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Subsection 4 (1) of Ontario Regulation 714/94 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

( 1 ) A firefighter who is exposed to the hazard of head injury shall 
wear head protective equipment that is appropriate in the circum- 
stances. 

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Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 81/02 

made under the 
LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12, 2002 

Amending Reg. 723 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Possession of Liquor in Provincial Parks) 

Regulation 723 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



1. The Schedule to Regulation 723 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following: 

Arrowhead Provincial Park 

Bronte Creek Provincial Park 

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O. Reg. 82/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 82/02 

made under the 

SOCIAL HOUSING REFORM ACT, 2000 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12,2002 

Amending 0. Reg. 642/00 

(Determination, Allocation, Apportionment 

and Billing of Housing Costs) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 642/00 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations pub- 
lished in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. (1) Items 6, 7, 9, 15, 28, 30, 33, 34, 36 and 47 of Table 1 of 
Schedule 2 to Ontario Regulation 642/00 are revoked. 

(2) Table 1 of Schedule 2 to the Regulation is revoked. 

2. Item 80 of Table 2 of Schedule 2 to the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "Hérbergement" and substituting 
"Hébergement". 

3. Schedule 3 to the Regulation is amended by striking out "or 
by non-profit housing co-operatives" under the column heading 
"Program Description" opposite "2 (b)" under the column head- 
ing "Program Category Number". 

4. (1) Subsection 1 (1) comes into force on April 1, 2002. 
(2) Subsection 1 (2) comes into force on May I, 2002. 

13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 83/02 

made under the 

SOCIAL HOUSING REFORM ACT, 2000 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 643/00 
(Local Housing Corporations — Transition Rules) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 643/00 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 643/00 is amended by 
striking out the following local housing corporations: 

Kawartha Lakes-Haliburton Housing Corporation 

Northumberland County Housing Corporation , .^ 

Simcoe County Housing Corporation 

Ottawa Housing Corporation/La Société de logement Ottawa 

Renfrew County Housing Corporation 

Greater Sudbury Housing Corporation 

Timiskaming District Housing Corporation 

Niagara Housing Corporation 

Chatham-Kent Housing CorporaticMi 



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O.Reg. 84/02 359 

Perth & Stratford Housing Corporation 

2. This Regulation comes into force on April 1, 2002. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 83/02 
pris en application de la 

LOI DE 2000 SUR LA RÉFORME 
DU LOGEMENT SOCIAL 

pris le 8 mars 2002 
déposé le 12 mars 2002 

modifiant le Régi, de l'Ont. 643/00 
(Sociétés locales de logement — règles de transition) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 643/00 a été modifié 
antérieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans 
la Table des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de 
l'Ontario à\i 19 janvier 2002. 

1. L'annexe 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 643/00 est modifiée 
par suppression des sociétés locales de logement suivantes : 

Kawartha Lakes-Haliburton Housing Corporation 

Northumberland County Housing Corporation 

Simcoe County Housing Corporation 

Ottawa Housing Corporation/La Société de logement Ottawa 

Renfrew County Housing Corporation 

Greater Sudbury Housing Corporation 

Timiskaming District Housing Corporation 

Niagara Housing Corporation 

Chatham-Kent Housing Corporation 

Perth & Stratford Housing Corporation 

2. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le 1" avril 2002. 
13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 84/02 

made under the 

SOCIAL HOUSING REFORM ACT, 2000 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12,2002 

Revoking O. Reg. 643/00 
(Local Housing Corporations — Transition Rules) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Ontario Regulation 643/00 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 83/02. Previous amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Ontario Regulation 643/00 and Ontario Regulation 83/02 
are revoked. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 2002. 



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O.Reg. 85/02 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 84/02 

pris en application de la 

LOI DE 2000 SUR LA RÉFORME 
DU LOGEMENT SOCIAL 

pris le 8 mars 2002 
déposé le 12 mars 2002 

abrogeant le Régi, de l'Ont. 643/00 
(Sociétés locales de logement — règles de transition) 

Remarque : Depuis la fin de 2001, le Règlement de l'Ontario 643/00 
a été modifié par le Règlement de l'Ontario 83/02. Les 
modifications antérieures sont indiquées dans la Table 
des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 
19 janvier 2002. 

1. Le Règlement de l'Ontario 643/00 et le Règlement de 
l'Ontario 83/02 sont abrogés. 

2. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le l" mai 2002. 

13/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 85/02 

made under the 

SOCIAL HOUSING REFORM ACT, 2000 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 298/01 
(Rent-Geared-to-Income Assistance and Special Needs Housing) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 298/01 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19. 2002. 

\. Subsection 5 (5) of Ontario Regulation 298/01 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(5) If, before the household begins to receive rent-geared-to- 
income assistance, there is a change in a document or information that 
the household has provided to the service manager with respect to its 
application, the household shall provide such updated document and 
information as the service manager may require within 10 business 
days from the date that the content of the document or the information 
ceases to be accurate, or within such longer period as the service man- 
ager may allow. 

2. Subsection 6 (3) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(3) If before the household begins to occupy special needs hous- 
ing, there is a change in a document or information that the household 
has provided with respect to its application, the household shall pro- 
vide such updated document and information as the decision-maker 
may require within 1 business days from the date that the content of 
the document or the information ceases to be accurate, or within such 
longer period as the decision-maker may allow. 

3. Clauses 7 (1) (e) and (f) of the Regulation are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

(e) in the case of a household other than a special priority house- 
hold, no member of the household owes arrears either of rent 
or of money owed as a result of damage caused by a member 
of the household with respect to any housing project under any 
housing program, whether administered by the service manager 



or the Ministry, or if a member of the household does owe such 
arrears, 

(i) the service manager is satisfied that extenuating circum- 
stances exist, or 

(ii) any member of the household has entered into an agree- 
ment with the housing provider for the repayment of the 
arrears and the service manager is satisfied that the mem- 
ber is making or intends to make all reasonable efforts to 
repay the arrears; 

(0 in the case of a special priority household, no member of the 
household owes arrears either of rent or of money owed as a 
result of damage caused by a member of the household with 
respect to any housing project under any housing program, 
whether administered by the service manager or the Ministry, 
or if a member of the household does owe such arrears, 

(i) in the case of arrears owed in respect of a unit of which the 
member and the abusing individual are joint tenants, 

(A) the service manager is satisfied that extenuating cir- 
cumstances exist, or 

(B) any member of the household has entered into an 
agreement with the housing provider for the 
repayment of 50 per cent of the arrears and the 
service manager is satisfied that the member is 
making or intends to make all reasonable efforts to 
repay 50 per cent of the arrears, and 

(ii) in the case of arrears owed in respect of any other unit, 

(A) the service manager is satisfied that extenuating cir- 
cumstances exist, or 

(B) any member of the household has entered into an 
agreement with the housing provider for the repay- 
ment of the arrears and the service manager is satis- 
fied that the member is making or intends to make all 
reasonable efforts to repay the arrears; 

4. Clause 10 (1) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(a) within 10 business days after each change in a document or 
information that the household has provided to the service 
manager, or within such longer period as the service manager 
may allow, give the service manager notice setting out the 
change in the form and manner required by the service man- 
ager; and 

5. Clause 20 (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

(a) within 10 business days after each change in a document or 
information that the household has provided to the supportive 
housing provider, or within such longer period as the suppor- 
tive housing provider may allow, give the supportive housing 
provider notice setting out the change in the form and manner 
required by the supportive housing provider; and 

6. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Exception to s. 68 (3) of the Act 

35.1 A household not receiving rent-geared-to-income assistance 
that occupies a unit in a designated housing project of the service 
manager shall, despite subsection 68 (3) of the Act, be included on the 
centralized waiting list established under section 35 if the service 
manager has determined the household is eligible for rent-geared-to- 
income assistance and the unit the household occupies meets the 
occupancy standards established by this Regulation. 

7. (1) Paragraph 3 of section 37 of the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



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361 



3. A household shall be removed from the waiting list if the 
household has accepted an offer of rent-geared-to-income 
assistance. 

(2) Paragraph 9 of section 37 of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

9. A preference for a housing project by a household is ineffec- 
tive and shall not be indicated on the waiting list if no member 
of the household meets the requirements of the housing pro- 
vider's mandate under section 99 of the Act with respect to the 
housing project. 

9. 1 Despite paragraph 9, a household may indicate a preference for 
a housing project and the preference shall be indicated on the 
waiting list if the service manager determines that a member of 
the household will meet the requirements of the housing pro- 
vider's mandate under section 99 of the Act with respect to the 
housing project within a period of time specified by the service 
manager. 

(3) Section 37 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following paragraph: 

13. A household referred to in section 3S.I may indicate a prefer- 
ence to receive rent-geared-to-income assistance for the unit it 
occupies at the time of indicating the preference. 

8. Subsection 50 (10) of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(10) If a member of a family unit transfers, by sale, lease, gift or in 
any other manner, his or her interest in an asset to a person who is not 
a member of the household, less than 36 months before the date the 
household applies for rent-geared-to-income assistance or any time 
after the household applies for rent-geared-to-income assistance, the 
member shall be deemed, for the purposes of subclause (l)(a) (ii) and 
subsection (9), still to have the interest in the asset, unless the service 
manager is satisfied that the transfer was effected in good faith and 
not for the purpose of reducing the member's imputed income so as to 
reduce the amount of geared-to-income rent payable by the house- 
hold. 

9. Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing items: 



37. 


City of Greater Sudbury 


April 1, 2002 


38. 


City of Kawartha Lakes 


April 1, 2002 


39. 


City of Su-atford 


April 1, 2002 


40. 


City of Ottawa 


April 1,2002 


41. 


County of Northumberland 


April 1, 2002 


42. 


County of Renfrew 


April 1,2002 


43. 


County of Simcoe 


April 1,2002 


44. 


Municipality of Chatham-Kent 


April 1, 2002 


45. 


Regional Municipality of Niagara 


April 1, 2002 


46. 


District of Timiskaming Social Services 
Administration Board 


April 1,2002 


47. 


City of Toronto 


May 1. 2002 



10. (1) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by striking out in 
Column 2, opposite "Regional Municipality of Peel" in Column 1, 
"17. MiCBA Forum Italia Community Services" and substituting 
the following: 

1 7. Forum Italia Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

(2) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing item in Column 2 opposite "Regional Municipality of Peel" in 
Column 1: 



Regional 
Municipality of Peel 



36. Bristol Road Labourers; 
Homes Inc 



Local 183 N.P. 



(3) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing item in Column 2 opposite "Regional Municipality of Water- 
loo" in Column 1: 



Regional 
Municipality of 
Waterloo 



32. Maple Heights Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



(4) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing items in Column 2 opposite "Regional Municipality of York" 
in Column 1: 



Regional 
Municipality of 
York 


26. Our Lady of Smolensk Russian Orthodox 
Retirement Centre 


27. Robinson Street Non-Profit Homes 
(Markham) Inc. 



(5) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing item in Column 2 opposite "Regional Municipality of York" in 
Column 1: 



Regional 
Municipality of 
York 


28. Centre Green Co-operative Homes Inc. 


(6) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing item in Column 2 opposite "City of Hamilton" in Column 1: 


City of Hamilton 


19. Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 


(7) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing item in Column 2 opposite "City of Brantford" in Column 1 : 


City of Brantford 


6. Slovak Village Non-Profit Housing Inc. | 


(8) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing item in Column 2 opposite "City of Cornwall" in Column 1: 


City of Cornwall 


7. Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph 
Housing Corporation 



(9) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the follow- 
ing items in Column 2 opposite "Regional Municipality of Dur- 
ham" in Column 1: 



Regional 
Municipality of 
Durham 


25. Harmony-King Co-operative Homes Inc. 


26. Rougemount Co-operative Homes Inc. 



(10) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing items in Column 2 opposite "Regional Municipality of 
Halton" in Column 1: 



Regional 
Municipality of 
Halton 


16. Milton Community Homes Inc. 


17. Chartwell Baptist Community Homes Inc. 



(11) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing items in Column 2 opposite "County of Hastings" in Col- 
umn 1: 



County of Hastings 



9. Marmora District Housing Commission 



10. North Hastings Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



(12) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing item in Column 2 opposite "County of Lanark" in Col- 
umn 1: 



County of Lanark 



8. Tay Valley Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



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(13) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing items in Column 2 opposite "County of Lennox & Adding- 
ton" in Column 1: 



County of Lennox 
& Addington 


4. The Appanea Wynds Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


5. URCA Housing Corporation 



(14) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing item in Column 2 opposite "District Municipality of Mus- 
koka" in Column 1: 



District 

Municipality of 
Muskoka 


6. Huntsville Legion Seniors Manor 



(15) Tabic 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing item in Column 2 opposite "City of Peterborough" in Col- 
umn 1: 



City of 
Peterborough 


12. LETA Brownscombe Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 



(16) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing item in Column 2 opposite "City of Windsor" in Col- 
umn 1: 



City of Windsor 27. The Frank Long Co-operative Homes Inc. 



(17) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing item in Column 2 opposite "District of Cochrane Social 
Services Administration Board" in Column 1: 



District of Cochrane 


10. Town of Hearst Non-Profit Housing 


Social Services 


Corporation 


Administration 




Board 





(18) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing item in Column 2 opposite "District of Cochrane Social 
Services Administration Board" in Column 1: 



District of Cochrane 
Social Services 
Administration 
Board 



1 1 . Kaleidoscope Co-operative Homes Inc. 



(19) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing item in Column 2 opposite "District of Sault Ste. Marie 
Social Services Administration Board" in Column 1: 



District of Sault Ste. 
Marie Social 
Services 
Administration 
Board 



10. Cara Community Corporation 



(20) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing: 



City of Stratford 


1 . Banbury Cross Housing Co-operative Inc. 


2. Bard-of-Avon Housing Co-operative Inc. 


3. Festival City Co-operative Homes Inc. 


4. Little Falls Co-operative Homes Inc. 


5. Spruce Lodge Non-Profit Housing 
Corporafion 


6. Vineyard Village Non-Profit Homes of 
Stratford 


7. Emily Murphy Second Stage Residences 


County of 
Northumberland 


1. Campbellford Memorial Multicare Lodge 


2. Campbellford Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


3. Cobourg Non-Profit Housing Corporation 





4. Northumberiand Supportive Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


5. Port Hope Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


6. Sutherland Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


County of Renfrew 


I. G.T. Seniors Apartments of Amprior 
Incorporated 


2. Killaloe & District Housing Inc. 


3. Kinsmen Court Home for Men & Women 
(Pembroke) Inc. 


4. Opeongo Non-Profit Community 
Residential Development Inc. 


5. Ottawaska Housing Corporation 


6. Petawawa Housing Corporation 


7. St. Joseph Non-Profit Housing (Pembroke) 
Corporation 


County of Simcoe 


I . Angus Legion Gardens Senior Citizens 
Complex 


2. The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


3. Coldwater Seniors' Apartments Inc. 


4. Collingwood Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


5. Elizabeth Overend Non-Profit Housing 
Orillia Inc. 


6. Javelin Co-operative Homes Inc. 


7. Matthew Co-operative Housing Inc. 


8. Mount Lakeview Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


9. Nottawasaga Co-operative Homes Inc. 


10. Orillia Community Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


1 1. The City of Orillia Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


12. Quaker Hill Co-operative Homes Inc. 


13. St. James Court Non-Profit Apartments 
Corporation 


14. St. Mary's Seniors Residence Barrie Inc. 


15. "We Care" Non-Profit Homes (Barrie) Inc. 


City of Kawartha 
Lakes 


1 . Fenelon Area Independent Living 
Association 


2. Haliburton Community Housing 
Corporation 


3. Lindsay Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


4. Monmouth Township Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


5. Neighbourhood Housing in Lindsay 


6. Staanworth Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


Municipality of 
Chatham-Kent 


1 . Clairvue Housing Co-operative Inc. 


2. Columbus Estates of Chatham Inc. 


3. Corporal Harry Miner V.C. (Ont-185) 
Senior Citizens Corporation 


4. Labourview Co-operative Homes Inc. 


5. New Beginnings Housing Project of 
Chatham 


6. Park Street United Church (Chatham) Non- 
Profit Housing Corporation 


7. Ridgetown Community Estates (Non- 
Profit) Inc. 


8. Riverway Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


9. Wallaceburg Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


10. Wallaceburg Kinsmen Court Non-Profit 


Regional 
Municipality of 
Niagara 


1. Arbour Village Co-operative Homes Inc. 


2. Border Towne Co-operative Homes Inc. 


3. Branch 393, Royal Canadian Legion 
Senior Citizens Complex 


4. Brookside Village Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 



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City of Ottawa 



5. Calvary Seniors Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



6. Central Gospel Community Homes Inc. 



7. City of Niagara Falls Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



8. Cooperative d'Habitation Beauparlant Inc. 



9. Crystal Beach Co-operative Homes Inc. 



10. Dove Co-operative Homes Inc. 



11. Faith Lutheran Social Services (St. 
Catharines) 



12. Greenvale Co-operative Homes Inc. 



13. La Residence des Aines Canadiens 
Français St. Catharines Inc. 



14. Meadowgreen Co-operative Homes Inc. 

15. Moonstone Co-operative Homes 



16. Niagara Ina Grafton Gage Home of the 
United Church 



1 7. Northtown Co-operative Homes Inc. 

1 8. Paderewski Society Home (Niagara) 

19. Port Colbome Co-operative Homes Inc. 



20. Regatta Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 

2 1 . Ridley Terrace Non-Profit Homes Inc. 

22. Shriner's Creek Co-operative Homes Inc. 



23. Skyline Co-operative Homes Inc. 



24. South Niagara Gateway Family Homes 

25. St. Catharines Senior Citizens Residence 
Inc. 



26. St. Charles Co-operative Homes Inc. 

27. The Bethlehem Not-for-Profit Housing 
Projects of Niagara 



28. The Niagara Falls Y.W.C.A. Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 



29. Thorold Municipal Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



30. Village Glen Co-operative Homes Inc. 
3 1 ■ Vineyard Co-operative Homes Inc. 



32. Watermark Co-operative Homes Inc. 



33. Westwood Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 

34. Woodrose Co-operative Homes Inc. 

35. Lions Douglas Heights Seniors Residence 
Inc. 



36. Local 175 UFCW Residence Inc. 



37. People's Choice Co-operative Homes Inc. 

38. Stamford Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 



39. The St. Andrews Niagara Housing 
Development Corporation 



40. Ukrainian Non-Profit Homes Corporation 
of Niagara 



1. Asher Christian Seniors Inc. 



2. Barrhaven Non-Profit Housing Inc. 



3. Cardinus Housing Co-operative Inc. 



4. Carpenter Housing Co-operative Inc. 



5. Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 

6. City of Ottawa N.P.H.C. 



7. City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



8. Communityworks Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



9. Cooperative d'Habitation St. Georges 
Housing Co-operative Inc. 



10. Cooperative d'Habitation Cote Est Inc. 



1 1 . Dalhousie Non-Profit Housing Co- 
operative Inc. 



12. Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter (Ecumenical) 
Corporation 



13. Dobbin Housing Co-operative 
Incorporated 



14. Eagleson Co-operative Homes Inc. 



15. Ellwood House (Ottawa) Inc. 



City of Greater 
Sudbury 



16. Emily Murphy Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



1 7. Glenn Haddrell Housing Co-operative Inc. 



18. Gloucester Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



19. The Township of Goulboum Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 



20. Hazeldean Housing Co-operative Inc. 



21. Kanata Baptist Place Incorporated 



22. La Commission de Logement de Vanier 
Non-Profit Housing Authority 



23. Lao Village Housing Co-operative Inc. 

24. Mario de Giovanni Housing Co-operatives 
Inc. 



25. Nepean Housing Corporation 



26. Serson Clarke Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



27. Taiga Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

28. Tannenhof Co-operative Homes Inc. 

29. The Muslim Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation of Ottawa-Carleton 



30. The Shefford Heritage Housing Co- 
operative Incorporated 



3L The Township of Osgoode Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 



32. West Carleton Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



33. Yule Manor Co-operative Homes Inc. 



34. Better Living Residential Co-operative Inc. 

35. Cartier Square Housing Co-operative Inc. 



I . Ashwood Co-operative Homes 
Incorporated 



2. Azilda Senior Citizen's Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 



3. Balfour Co-operative Homes Inc. 



4. Casa Bella Senior Citizen Apartments Inc. 

5. Centreville 1 & 2 Non-Profit Housing Inc. 

6. Co-operative Homes of Prosperity and 
Equality Inc. 



7. Friendship Place d'Amitie Residence 
(Rayside Balfour) 



8. Habitat Boreal Inc. 



9. Horizon Co-operative Homes Inc. 



10. Isles of limisfree Non-Profit Homes Inc. 



1 1. La Co-operative d'Habitation Antigonish 
Inc. 



12. La Société des Bons Amis de la Vallée Inc. 

13. La Société Nolin de Sudbury Inc. 



14. Le Centre d'Habitation De Chelmsford Inc. 



15. Les Maisons Co-operative Val Caron Inc. 

16. Lighthouse Non-Profit Homes / 
Habitations A But Non-Lucrafif le Phare 
Inc. 



17. Maisons Co-operative St. Jacques Inc. 

18. Gorham's Court Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



19. Palace Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 

20. Place Bonne Entente des Aines de 
Chelmsford 



21. Prism Co-operative Homes Inc. 



22. Raiffeisen Co-operative Homes Inc. 

23. Shamrock Non-Profit Homes Inc. 



24. Silo Co-operative Homes / Cooperative 
d'Habitation Silo Inc. 



25. Solidarity Lodge Senior Apartments 
(Sudbury) Inc. 



26. Springhill Co-operative Homes Inc. 



27. Sudbury Finnish Rest Home Society Inc. 



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28. Sudbury Y.W.C.A. Brookwood 
Apartments 


29. Ukrainian Senior Citizens' Complex of 
Sudbury Inc. 


30. Unicom Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


3 1 . Walden Municipal Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


32. Whitewater Seniors Residence 
(Legion 553) Inc. 



(21) Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing: 



City of Toronto 



I. 127 Isabella Non-Profit Residence Inc. 



1630 Lawrence Avenue West Residences 
Inc. 



3. Abbeyfield Houses Society of Toronto 



4. ACLI Etobicoke Community Homes Inc. 

5. Aldebrain Attendant Care Services of 
Toronto 



6. Almise Co-operative Homes Inc. 



7. Anduhyaun Inc. 



8. Ascot Co-operative Homes Inc. 



9. Avenel Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

10. Barsa Kelly/Cari Can Co-Op Homes Inc. 

1 1 . Bazaar Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



12. Birmingham Homes Co-operative Inc. 



13. Blue Danube Housing Development 



14. B'Nai Brith Canada Family Housing Prog. 
(Torresdale) Inc. 



15. Bonar-Parkdale Senior Citizen Non-Profit 
Housing Corp. 



1 6. Brookbanks Non-Profit Homes Inc. 



17. Canrise Non-Profit Housing Inc. 



18. Casa Abruzzo Benevolent Corporation 



19. Central King Seniors Residence 



20. Chinese Evergreen Non-Profit Homes 
(Metro Toronto) Corporation 



2 1 . Chord Housing Co-operative Incorporated 



22. Courtland Mews Co-operative Homes Inc. 

23. Deep Quong Non-Profit Homes Inc. 



24. Dixon Neighbourhood Homes 
Incorporated 



25. Edgeview Housing Co-operative Inc. 



26. Emescliffe Non-Profit Housing Co- 
operative Inc. 



27. Espérance Non-Profit Homes Inc. 



28. Evangel Hall Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



29. Family Action Network Housing 
Corporation (Ontario) 



30. Fred Victor Centre 



3 1 . Gardenview Co-operative Homes Inc. 



32. Glen Gardens Housing Co-operative Inc. 

33. Habayit Shelanu Seniors Residences 
Corporation 



34. Harmony Co-operative Homes Inc. 



35. Hickory Tree Road Co-operative Homes 

36. Hospital Workers' Housing Co-operative 
Inc. 



37. Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 

38. Humbervale Christian Outreach 
Foundation Inc. 



39. Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) 
Corporation 



40. Interchurch Community Housing Corp. 



4 1 . Italian Canadian Benevolent Seniors 
Apartment Corp. 



42. Jenny Green Co-operative Homes Inc. 



43. Kingsway-Lambton Homes For Seniors 
Inc. 



44. Knights Village Non-Profit Homes Inc. 

45. La Paz Co-operative Homes Inc. 



46. Lakeshore Gardens Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 



47. Lakeshore Village Artists Co-operative 
Inc. 



48. Las Flores Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



49. Loyola Arrupe Corporation 



50. Loyola Arrupe Phase II Inc. 



5 1 . Margaret Laurence Housing Co-operative 



52. Marketview Housing Co-operative 



53. Masaryktown Non-Profit Residences Inc. 

54. McCIintock Manor 



55. Metta Housing Co-operative Inc. 



56. Micah Homes Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



57. Mymiex Non-Profit Homes Inc. 



58. Nakiska Co-operative Homes Inc. 



59. New Hibret Co-operative Inc. 



60. Nishnawbe Homes Incorporated 



61. Operating Engineers Local 793 Non-Profit 
Housing Inc. 



62. Operation Springboard 



63. Our Saviour Thistletown Lutheran Lodge 

64. Palisades Housing Co-operative Inc. 



65. Peggy and Andrew Brewin Co-operative 

66. Peregrine Co-operative Homes Inc. 



67. Performing Arts Lodges of Canada 



68. Rakoczi Villa 



69. Richview Baptist Foundation 



70. Riverdale United Non-Profit Homes Inc. 



71. Robert Cooke Co-operative Homes Inc. 



72. Scarborough Heights Co-operative Homes 
Inc. 



73. Secord Avenue Co-operative Homes Inc. 

74. St. John's Polish National Catholic 
Cathedral Residence Corp. 



75. St. Margaret Community Homes Inc. 

76. Stephenson Senior Link Homes 



77. The St. Margaret's Towers Inc. 



78. Tamil Co-operative Homes 



79. Terra Bella Non-Profit Housing Corp. 

80. Tobias House of Toronto - I 



81. Tobias House of Toronto - II 



82. Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



83. Toronto Refugee Community Non-Profit 
Homes & Services 



84. Ujamaa Housing Co-operative Inc. 



85. Upwood Park/Salvador Del Mundo 
Co-operative Homes Inc. 



86. Vila Gaspar Corte Real Inc. 



87. Villa Otthon (Lambton) 



88. VincentPaul Family Homes Corporation 



89. Walton Place (Scarborough) Inc. 



90. West Rouge Housing Co-operative Inc. 



91. Westminster Church Seniors' Housing 



92. Wilmar Heights Housing Co-operative Inc. 

93. Woodgreen Community Housing Inc. 



11. Schedule 1 to the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"or by non-profit housing co-operatives under the Co-operative 
Corporations Act" in Column 2, opposite "2 (b)" in Column 1. 

12. (1) Subsections 10 (4), (6), (14), (17), (19) and (20) come 
into force on April 1, 2002. 

(2) Subsection 10 (21) comes into force on May 1, 2002. 



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(3) Subsections 10 (2), (3), (5), (7), (8) to (13), (15), (16) and (18) 
come into force on June 1, 2002. 

13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 86/02 

made under the 
SOCIAL HOUSING REFORM ACT, 2000 

Made: February 21. 2002 
Filed: March 12, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 339/01 
(Housing Projects Subject to Part VI of the Act) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 339/01 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Paragraph 3 of subsection 3 (4) of Ontario Regulation 
339/01 is revoked and the following substituted: 

3. A service manager or municipality within the service area of 
the service manager where the housing provider is located. 



2. (1) Paragraph 1 of subsection 
revoked. 



(2) of the Regulation is 



(2) Paragraph 4 of subsection 1 1 (2) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

4. That households described in paragraph 2 rank higher in prior- 
ity on the waiting list than households not described in para- 
graph 2 that are eligible to be included on the waiting list for 
internal transfer. 

3. Section 12 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

Waiting lists, rent-geared-to-income units 

12. (I) After a centralized waiting list is established by a service 
manager under section 35 of Ontario Regulation 298/01, a housing 
provider in the service area of the service manager shall not establish 
or maintain a waiting list of households eligible for rent-geared-to- 
income assistance other than the following: 

1 . A waiting list for internal transfers established and maintained 
in accordance with section 1 1 . 

2. A waiting list for special needs housing established and main- 
tained in accordance with section 13. 

(2) A housing provider shall refer all households wishing to 
receive rent-geared-to-income assistance to the service manager. 



4. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Households referred to in section 35.1 of O. Reg. 298/01 

14.1 The housing provider shall select as a rent-geared-to-income 
unit the unit occupied by the highest ranked household on the subsidi- 
ary waiting list for the housing project that is a household referred to 
in section 35.1 of Ontario Regulation 298/01 if the following circum- 
stances apply: 

1 . There have been no vacant units in the housing project for at 
least one year. 

2. The housing provider has no outstanding notices to vacate. 

3. The number of households in the project that are receiving 
rent-geared-to-income assistance is less than the minimum 
number of rent-geared-to-income units specified in the target- 
ing plan for the project. 



5. Paragraph 1 of subsection 24 
revoked and the following substituted: 



(1) of the Regulation is 



1 . The amount of the capital reserve the housing provider was 
required to maintain for those housing projects under an oper- 
ating agreement immediately before the operating agreement 
was terminated under section 91 of the Act. 

6. Subsection 28 (2) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out the dennition of "E" and substituting the following: 

"E" is the lesser of '"C" and the rent guideline referred to in section 
129 of the Tenant Protection Act, 1997 for the calendar year in 
which the housing provider's fiscal year begins. 

7. Paragraph 10 of subsection 34 (1) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

10. Subject to subsection III (4) of the Act and to subsection (2), 
the service manager may require the housing provider to agree 
to any temporary amendment to the housing provider's target- 
ing plan for the housing project to which the additional subsidy 
relates or to the housing providers' mandate as the service 
manager may specify, including an increase or decrease in the 
number of rent-geared-to-income units in the housing project. 

8. Subsection 37 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "March 14, 2000" and substituting "March 14, 2001". 

9. (1) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by, 

(a) striking out "155 & 195 Forum Drive, Mississauga — 
MICBA Forum Italia Community Services" under the col- 
umn heading "Housing Project" opposite "Regional Mu- 
nicipality of Peel" in under the column heading "Service 
Manager" and substituting "155 & 195 Forum Drive, Mis- 
sissauga — Forum Italia Non-Proflt Housing Corpora- 
tion"; and 



(b) adding the following opposite "Regional Municipality of 
Peel" under the column heading "Service Manager": 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




1455 & 1475 Bristol Road West, Mississauga — Bristol Road Labourers' Local 183 Non-Profit 
Homes Inc. 


June 1,2002 



(2) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following opposite "Regional Municipality of Waterloo" under 
the column heading "Service Manager": 



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Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




1 14 Queen Street South, New Dundee — Maple Heights Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


June 1,2002 



(3) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following opposite "City of Kingston" under the column head- 
ing "Service Manager": 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




198 Adelaide Street, Kingston — Phoenix Homes Kingston 


April 1,2002 


19 MacCauley Street, Kingston — Phoenix Homes Kingston 


April 1,2002 


1085 Montreal Street, Kingston — Phoenix Homes Kingston 


April 1,2002 



(4) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following opposite "The Regional Municipality of York" under 
the column heading "Service Manager": 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




172 Centre St. East, Richmond Hill — Centre Green Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1, 2002 


85 Alexander Blvd., Georgina — Our Lady of Smolensk Russian Orthodox Retirement Centre 


April 1,2002 


Robinson Mews, Markham — Robinson Street Non-Profit Homes (Markham) Inc. 


April 1,2002 



(5) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following opposite "The City of Hamilton" under the column 
heading "Service Manager": 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




East Ave. N. (Hampton Court), Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


Hayden Ave., Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


Highgate Mills., Stoney Creek — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


Sanford, Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


Woodview — K Rymal Rd. E., Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


Rymal Annex — Wave 1, Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


Oakdale Estates, Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


Princess Estates, Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


23 and 45 Francis St. and 36 Clarke St. — 12-Unit, Scattered, Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis 
Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


7 Chestnut, 293 Roxborough, 38 Edward, 244 Rosslyn N. - 4 Units, Scattered, Hamilton — 
Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


1 10 Essling Ave., Wentwal Estates, Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 



(6) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following opposite "City of Brantford" under the column head- 
ing "Service Manager": 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




Project # 2, 136-152 Fifth Ave., Brantford — Slovak Village Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


June 1,2002 



(7) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following opposite "County of Lennox and Addington" under 
the column heading "Service Manager": 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




Lome A. Smart Villa, 80 Baker St., Greater Napanee — Napanee Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 



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Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




101 - 139 Meadowlane Drive, Napanee — The Appanea Wynds Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


June 1, 2002 


715, 717, 719, 729, 731, 733, 980. 982 and 1074A to 1074H Flinton Road, Flinton. — URCA 
Housing Corp. 


June 1, 2002 



(8) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following opposite "City of Windsor" under the column head- 
ing "Service Manager": 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




275 Kempt Street, Amherstburg — The Frank Lx)ng Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1.2002 



(9) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following opposite "Regional Municipality of Durham" under 
the column heading "Service Manager": 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




20 Harmony Road North, Oshawa — Harmony-King Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1, 2002 


400 Kingston Road, Pickering — Rougemount Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1.2002 



(10) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following opposite "District Municipality of Muskoka" under 
the column heading "Service Manager": 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




22 Walter Street (Elliott & Walter Street), Huntsville — Huntsville Legion Seniors Manor 


April 1.2002 


The Fieldway, 2 Sabrina Park Dr., Huntsville — Town of Huntsville Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation. 


June 1.2002 



(II) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following opposite "District of Cochrane Social Services 
Administration Board" under the column heading "Service 
Manager": 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




1115 McLean Drive, Unit 96, Timmins, Ontario — Kaleidoscope Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1,2002 


Place Gamelin Renovation, 44-46 Thirteenth Street, Hearst, Ontario — Town of Hearst Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 



(12) Table 1 is amended by striking out the items under the 
column headings "Housing Project" and "Commencement 
Date" opposite "Regional Municipality of Halton" under the 
column heading "Service Manager" and substituting the fol- 
lowing: 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




1 160 Dorval Drive, Oakville ^ Birch Glen Co-operative Homes Inc. 


March 1, 2002 


1 1 1 Prince Charles Drive, Oakville — Chartwell Baptist Community Homes Inc. 


June 1,2002 


53 Cook Street, Acton — Cobblehill Co-operative Homes Inc. 


March 1,2002 


1315 Maple Crossing Blvd., Burlipgton — Don Quixote Co-operative Homes Inc. 


March 1,2002 


Glen Oaks / C.A.W., 1 180 Dorval Drive, Oakville — Glen Oaks Co-operative Homes Inc. 


March 1,2002 


3097 Palmer Drive, Buriington — Guelph Line Seniors Non-Profit Residential Corporation 


March 1,2002 


2299 Bray's Lane, Oakville — Halton Community Housing Corporation 


March 12,2002 



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Service Manager 



Housing Project 



Commencement 
Date 



1529, 1537 Sixth Line & 16 Upper Middle Rd., Oakville — Halton Community Housing Corporation 



March 12, 2002 



1 150 Dorval Drive, Oakville — Halton Community Housing Corporation 



March 12, 2002 



1 220 Glen Valley Road, Oakville — Halton Community Housing Corporation 



March 12,2002 



2250 Golden Briar Trail, Oakville — Halton Community Housing Corporation 



March 12, 2002 



1 300 Maple Crossing Boulevard, Burlington — Halton Community Housing Corporation 



March 12,2002 



2301 Sheridan Garden Drive. Oakville — Halton Community Housing Corporation 



March 12,2002 



2300 Walkers Line, Burlington — Halton Community Housing Corporation 



March 12, 2002 



513-515 Walkers Line & 4105 Longmoor Drive, Burlington - 
tion 



Halton Community Housing Corpora- 



March 12, 2002 



410 John Street, Burlington — Halton Community Housing Corporation 



March 12,2002 



Cote Terrace Seniors' Apartments, 171 Main Street South, Georgetown — Holcro Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



March 1,2002 



The Manor, 2039 Walkers Line, Burlington — LIUNA (Hamilton) Association 



March 1,2002 



1 150 Gable Drive, Oakville — Mariposa Co-operative Homes Inc. 



March 1, 2002 



Rotary Square, 154 Bronte St. South, Milton — Milton Community Homes Inc. 



June 1,2002 



1026 Glendor Avenue, Burlington — Nelson Co-operative Homes Inc. 



March 1,2002 



Oakville Supportive Living Centre, 259 Robinson St., Oakville — Ontario March of Dimes Non-Profit 
Housing (Scarborough) 



March 1,2002 



1421 Elgin Street, Burlington — St. Luke's Close of Burlington Inc 



March 1, 2002 



456 Brock Avenue, Burlington — Stoa Co-operative Homes 



March 1,2002 



Millcrofl Place, 4090 Millcrofl Park Drive, Burlington — Tansley Park Community Homes Inc. 



March 1,2002 



Oaklands, 2021 & 2031 Merchant's Gate, Oakville — Union Housing Opportunities (Peel-Halton) Inc. 



March 1,2002 



1380 Guelph Line, Burlington — Van Norman Community Homes Inc. 



Victoria Village, 2461 Whittaker Drive, Burlington — Victoria Park Community Homes Inc. 



March 1,2002 



March 1,2002 



(13) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following opposite "City of Cornwall" under the column head- 
ing "Service Manager": 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




2 1 1 Water Street West, Cornwall — Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph Housing Corporation 


June 1,2002 



(14) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by, 

(a) striking out "Russell / Pine, 59 Russell Street, Belleville 
— South Hastings Non-Profit Housing Corporation" 
opposite "County of Hastings" under the column head- 
ing "Service Manager" and substituting "Russell / Pine, 
59 Russell Street, Belleville — Belleville Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation"; and 

(b) adding the following opposite "County of Hastings" 
under the column heading "Service Manager": 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




Parkin Living Centre, 2 Madoc Street, Marmora — Marmora District Housing Commission 


June 1,2002 


39 Cleak Avenue, Bancroft — North Hastings Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


June 1, 2002 


1 Woodview Lane, Phase 11 - Wave I, Bancroft — North Hastings Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


June 1, 2002 



(15) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following opposite "County of Lanark" under the column 
heading "Service Manager": 



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Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




Tay Gardens, 20 Haggart Street Perth — Tay Valley Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


June 1,2002 



(16) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following opposite "City of Peterborough" under the column 
heading "Service Manager": 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




243 Milroy Drive. Peterborough — LETA Brownscombe Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1,2002 



(17) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following opposite "District of Sault Ste. Marie Social Services 
Administration Board" under the column heading "Service 
Manager": 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




Cara II, 59 Old Garden River Road, Sault Ste. Marie — Cara Community Corporation 


April I, 2002 



(18) Table 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following: 



Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 


Regional Municipality 
of Niagara 


25 Bamaby Drive, St. Catharines — Arbour Village Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


88 Vintage Crescent, St. Catharines — Arlx)ur Village Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


757 Nancy Road, Fort Erie — Border Towne Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


171 Mill Su^et, Smithville — Branch 393, Royal Canadian Legion Senior Citizens Complex 


April 


1,2002 


575 Southworth St., Welland — Briar Rose Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 


1.2002 


8175 McLeod Road, Niagara Falls — Brookside Village Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


21 St. Helena Street, St. Catharines — Calvary Seniors Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 


1,2002 


705 Welland Avenue, St. Catharines — Central Gospel Community Homes Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


5540 Drummond Road, Niagara Falls — City of Niagara Falls Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 


1,2002 


8055 McLeod Road, Niagara Falls — City of Niagara Falls Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 


1,2002 


8065 McLeod Road, Niagara Falls — City of Niagara Falls Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 


1,2002 


1 5 Richardson Court, St. Catharines — Commonwealth Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


52 Promenade Richelieu, Welland — Cooperative d'Habitation Beauparlant Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


I Esme Lane, Crystal Beach — Crystal Beach Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


115 Smit Cove, Smithville — Dove Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


31 Agar Drive, St. Catharines — Faith Lutheran Social Services (St. Catharines) 


April 


1.2002 


61 Francis Creek Boulevard, St. Catharines — Greenvale Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


321 Carlton Street, St. Catharines — La Residence des Aines Canadiens Français St.-Catharines Inc. 


April 


1.2002 


255 High Street. Fort Erie — Lions Douglas Heights Seniors Residence Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


725 Welland Avenue, St. Catharines — Local 175 UFCW Residences Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


3900 Dorchester Rd., Niagara Falls — Lutheran Homes Niagara 


April 


1,2002 


14 Wilholme Drive, St. Catharines — Meadowgreen Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 


1, 2002 


231 Denistoun St., Welland — Mel Swart Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


82 Roehampton Road, St. Catharines — Moonstone Co-operative Homes 


April 


1,2002 


413 Linwell Avenue, St. Catharines — Niagara Ina Grafton Gage Home of the United Church 


April 


1,2002 


366 Thorold Road, Welland — Northtown Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


4 Greenmeadow Court, St. Catharines — Paderewski Society Home (Niagara) 


April 


1,2002 


10 Saturn Crescent, Port Colbome — Port Colbome Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


2 Lighthouse Road, St. Catharines — Regatta Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 


1,2002 


448 Louth Street, St. Catharines — Ridley Terrace Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 


1.2002 



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Service Manager 


Housing Project 


Commencement 
Date 




7887 Thorold Stone Road. Niagara Falls — Shriner's Creek Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


7645 Preakness St.. Niagara Falls — Skyline Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


60 Louth Street, St. Catharines — People's Choice Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


372. 376. 380 & 384 Wellington St., Port Colbome — South Niagara Gateway Family Homes 


April 1,2002 


340 Wellington Street, Port Colbome — South Niagara Gateway Family Homes 


April 1,2002 


6995 Ailanthus Avenue, Niagara Falls — Stamford Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


4901 Buckley Ave., Niagara Falls — Stamford Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


321 Geneva Street, St. Catharines — St. Catharines Senior Citizens Residence Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


250 Prince Charles Dr., Welland — St. Charles Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


Bethlehem Project - Ph. I (shelter), St. Catharines — The Bethlehem Not-for-Profit Housing Projects 
of Niagara 


April 1,2002 


Bethlehem Project - Ph. 11 (shelter), St. Catharines — The Bethlehem Not-for-Profit Housing 
Projects of Niagara 


April 1,2002 


6945 Ailanthus Avenue, Niagara Falls — The Niagara Falls Y.W.C.A. Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


Fairhaven Homes (S00129). 3568 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls — The St. Andrews Niagara 
Housing Development Corporation 


April 1,2002 


Fairhaven (S03 168) 3568 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls — The St. Andrews Niagara Housing 
Development Corporation 


April 1,2002 


Bartlett Street, Thorold — Thorold Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


Bolton Street, Thorold — Thorold Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


61 Ormond Street, Thorold — Thorold Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


16 Dixie Road, St. Catharines — Ukrainian Non-Profit Homes Corporation of Niagara 


April 1, 2002 


10 Welstead Ave., St. Catharines — Village Glen Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


4399 Concord Street, Beamsville — Vineyard Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


4369-4376 Arejay Avenue, Beamsville — Vineyard Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


35 Christopher Street, St. Catharines — Watermark Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


6550-6600 Kalar Road, Niagara Falls — Westwood Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


855 Ontario Road, Welland — Woodrose Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


City of Ottawa 


490 Viewmount Drive, Nepean — Asher Christian Seniors Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


92 Dolan Drive, Nepean — Barrhaven Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 


1370 Ogilvie Road, Gloucester — Better Living Residential Co-operative Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


141 Twyford Street, Block 83, Ottawa — Cardinus Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1,2002 


181 Forest Glade Crescent, Ottawa — Carpenter Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1,2002 


456 Cooper Street, Ottawa — Cartier Square Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1,2002 


10 Stevens Avenue, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


1 10 Nelson Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


147 Hinchey Avenue, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


155 Parkdale Avenue, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


258 Argyle Avenue, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


283 Arlington Avenue, Bruce House, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


369 Steward Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


5 1 1 Bronson Avenue, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


520 Bronson Avenue, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


212-216 Carruthers Ave., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


1 7 1 Armstrong Street / 277 Carruthers Avenue, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


205-207 O'Connor Street, 256, 258, 264 Lisgar Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


455 Lisgar Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


287-293 Loretta Avenue South, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


141 Clarence Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


82-84 Putman Avenue, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


5 1 5 MacLaren Street & 34 1 Lyon Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


415 Gilmour Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


312 Cumberland Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporafion 


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206 Wiggins Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



April 1,2002 



1 85-207 Forward Avenue, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



April 1.2002 



1474-1516 Blohm Drive, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



April 1,2002 



70 Gloucester Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



April 1. 2002 



212 Bronson Avenue, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



April 1.2002 



2-56 Horsdal Private / 1 44 1 - 1 46 1 Blohm Dr., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



April 1,2002 



380 Cumberiand St. / 175 George St.. Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



10-76 Esson Su-eet, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



128 Gable Private & 1-40 Gore Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



375 Gilmour Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



345 Le Breton Street South, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



1 175 Wellington St. & 395 Parkdale, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



Hunt Club Park Expansion (Blohm and Picasso Drives), Ottawa - 
Housing Corporation 



■ City of Ottawa Non-Profit 



1-128 Wallack Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



595 Rideau Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



Lxjrry Greenberg Dr. / 1-88 Finland Private, Ottawa - 
Corporation 



- City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 



507 Riverdale Avenue, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



453 Cooper Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



340-344 Gloucester Street & 343-35 1 Nepean Su-eet, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



1433 Mayview Avenue, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



450-460 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



1 157/1 161/1 165/1 173 Bélanger Ave., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



108 New Orchard Avenue, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



45-77 Kimito / 243 Siren Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



1514-1516 Clementine Boulevard / 1 126 Rockingham Avenue, Ottawa - 
Profit Housing Corporation 



• City of Ottawa Non- 



303 Churchill Avenue North, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



Address Confidential (shelter), Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



721 Chapel Crescent, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



500 St. Laurent Boulevard, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



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1450-1470 & 1480 Heron Rd. (Various), Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



300 Goulbum Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



321 Goulbum Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



70-138 Maim Ave., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



202-246 Wiggins Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



310, 320, 430 Wiggins Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



300 Wiggins Private - East Side, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



301-427 Wiggins Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



1 04, 1 05, 1 54, 1 55, 204 Wiggins & 740 Chapel, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



40-154 Provender Ave., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



12-20 Bumside & 49-53 Carruthers, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



2-73 Winthrop / 1397-1415 Richmond, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



Marinoff Way, Cumberland — Cumberland Housing Corporation / Corporation d'Habitation de 
Cumberland 



2980 Regional Road 28, Sarsfield — Cumberland Housing Corporation / Corporation d'Habitation 
de Cumberland 



286 & 288 Pintail Terrace, Cumberland — Cumberiand Housing Corporation / Corporation 
d'Habitafion de Cumberland 



305A-305D Cambridge St. N., 88-100 Le Breton St., Ottawa — Dalhousie Non-Profit Housing Co- 
operative Inc. 



300 Cambridge Street North, Ottawa — Dalhousie Non-Profit Housing Co-operative Inc. 



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30 and 2-20 Provender Ave., 148, 150, 152, 154, 156, 158, 160, 162, 164, 166 and 168 Burma Rd., 
Ottawa — Communityworlcs Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



1370 Ogilvie Road, Gloucester — Communityworks Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



8 Bullman Street, Ottawa — Communityworks Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



200-208 Presland Road, Ottawa — Communityworks Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



1940 St. Joseph Blvd.. Gloucester — Cooperative d'Habitation Cote Est Inc. 



10 -50/56/60/70 Henderson Ave., Ottawa - 
operative Inc. 



- Cooperative d'Habitation St. Georges Housing Co- 



404 Wiggins Private, Ottawa — Cooperative d'Habitation Voisins Inc. 



1 10 Marlborough Street, Murphy House, Ottawa - 
Corporation 



Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter (Ecumenical) 



2 Dobbin Lane, Kanata — Dobbin Housing Co-operative Incorporated 



485 Eagleson Road. Kanata — Eagleson Co-operative Homes Inc. 



2270 Braeside Avenue, Ottawa — Ellwood House (Ottawa) Inc. 



Confidential 2676 Innes Road, Gloucester — Emily Murphy Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



175-253 Provender Ave., 220-232 Provender Ave. & 19-1 13 Rothbury Cr., Ottawa - 
Glenn Haddreli Housing Co-operative Inc. 



2676 Innes Road, Gloucester — - Gloucester Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



1-12, 1408 Meadowbrook Drive & 1 60 1 - 1 669 Fine Crescent, Gloucester — Gloucester Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 



4200-4298 Carver Place, Gloucester — Gloucester Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



1900-1940 Ken Steele Court, Gloucester — Gloucester Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



1 08 1 - 1 089 Cummings Avenue, Gloucester — Gloucester Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



28 Connelly Place, Kanata — Hazeldean Housing Co-operative Inc. 



9 MacNeil Court, Kanata — Kanata Baptist Place Incorporated 



1 13-159 Lebrun Street, Vanier — La Commission de Logement de Vanier Non-Profit Housing 
Authority 



10 Bridgestone Drive, Kanata — Lao Village Housing Co-operative Inc. 



520 St. Laurent Boulevard, Ottawa — Mario de Giovarmi Housing Co-operatives Inc. 



2 Hammill & 1-82 Hammill Court, Nepean — Nepean Housing Corporation 



1-101 Draffin Court, Nepean — Nepean Housing Corporation 



1 -8 1 Madden Court, Nepean — Nepean Housing Corporation 



1-71 Dunbar Court (Bateman Dr. / Dunbar Crt.), Nepean — Nepean Housing Corporation 



1-71 Dunbar Court, Nepean — Nepean Housing Corporation 



130 Centrepointe Drive & 1-30 Plunkett Court, Nepean — Nepean Housing Corporation 



762 Somerset Street West, Ottawa — Serson Clarke Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



2100 Scott Street, Ottawa — Taiga Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



131 Twyford Street, Ottawa — Tannenhof Co-operative Homes Inc. 



467 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa — The Muslim Non-Profit Housing Corporation of Ottawa- 
Carleton 



300 Cooper Street, Ottawa — The Shefford Heritage Housing Co-operative Incorporated 



3200 Vance Street North, Osgoode — The Township of Osgoode Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



3180-3182 Logan Farm Drive, Osgoode - 
Corporation 



- The Township of Osgoode Non-Profit Housing 



2592-2596 Reanyhill Way, Metcalfe — The Township of Osgoode Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 



Victoria Street, Metcalfe — The Township of Osgoode Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



1350-1360 Meadow Drive, Greely — The Township of Osgoode Non-Profit Housing Corporafion 



1 Carleton Street, Stittsville — The Township of Goulboum Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



126 Hamilton Street, Richmond — The Township of Goulboum Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



519 Donald B. Munroe Drive, Carp — West Carleton Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



10 Clarement Drive, Ottawa — Yule Manor Co-operative Homes Inc. 



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905 Cambrian Heights Drive, Unit 34, Sudbury — Ashwood Co-operative Homes Incorporated 



#121-10 Champlain St., Azilda — Azilda Senior Citizen's Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



3604 Keith Avenue, Chelmsford — Balfour Co-operative Homes Inc. 



38 Coulson Street, Capreol — Capreol Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



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340 McLeod Street, Sudbury — Casa Bella Senior Citizen Apartments Inc. 


April 1.2002 


285 Lourdes Street, Sudbury — Centreville 1 & 2 Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 


80 Barry Street, Sudbury — Co-operative Homes of Prosperity and Equality Inc. 


April 1,2002 


296 Cote Avenue, Chelmsford — Friendship Place d'Amitie Residence (Rayside Balfour) 


April 1. 2002 


2146 Highgate Road, Sudbury — Habitat Boreal Inc. 


April 1,2002 


1 59 Second Avenue, Sudbury — Horizon Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


2 1 6 Copper Street, Sudbuiy — Isles of Innisfree Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


429 Notre Dame Street West, Azilda — La Co-operative D'Habitation Antigonish Inc. 


April 1.2002 


1699 St. Jean Street, Val Caron — La Société Des Bons Amis de la Vallée Inc. 


April 1,2002 


160 Leslie Street, Sudbury — La Société Nolin de Sudbury Inc. 


April 1.2002 


3512 John Street. Chelmsford — Le Centre D'Habitation De Chelmsford Inc. 


April 1.2002 


1 845 Main Street, Val Caron — Les Maisons Co-operative Val Caron Inc. 


April 1,2002 


675 Bruce Street. Sudbury — Lighthouse Non-Profit Homes / Habitations A But Non-Lucratif le 
Phare Inc. 


April 1,2002 


300 Christa Street, Hanmer — Maisons Co-operative St. Jacques Inc. 


April 1,2002 


300 Christa Street, Hanmer — Maisons Co-operative St. Jacques Inc. (Ph II) 


April 1,2002 


129 Second Avenue South, Sudbury — Palace Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


3545 Montpellier Road, Chelmsford — Place Bonne Entente des Aines de Chelmsford 


April 1,2002 


2 Arlington Drive East, Dowling — Place Cartier Habitation a But Non-Lucratif de Dowling Inc. 


April 1,2002 


775 Cambrian Heights Drive, Sudbury — Prism Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


151 Mont Adam Street, Sudbury — Raiffeisen Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April I, 2002 


50 Walford Road, Sudbury — Shamrock Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


139 Peari Street, Sudbury — Silo Co-operative Homes / Cooperative d'Habitation Silo Inc. 


April 1,2002 


1 1 1 Notre Dame Avenue, Sudbury — Solidarity Lodge Senior Apartments (Sudbury) Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


300a Springhill Drive, Garson — Springhill Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


233 Fourth Avenue, Sudbury — Sudbury Finnish Rest Home Society Inc. 


April 1,2002 


Operating Agreement #N02I34. Sudbury — Sudbury Y.W.C.A. Brookwood Apartments 


April 1,2002 


30 Notre Dame Avenue, Sudbury — Ukrainian Senior Citizens' Complex of Sudbury Inc. 


April 1,2002 


725 Bruce Street. Unit 27, Sudbury — Unicom Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


15 Ellen Street, Azilda — Whitewater Seniors Residence (Legion 553) Inc. 


April 1.2002 


Municipality of 
Chatham-Kent 


Chatham Hope I (scattered buildings), Chatham — Chatham Hope Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


Chatham Hope 11 (scattered buildings), Chatham — Chatham Hope Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 


Chatham Hope III (scattered buildings), Chatham — Chatham Hope Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1.2002 


Chatham Hope IV (scattered buildings), Chatham — Chatham Hope Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 


40 Elm Street, Mail Slot 97, Chatham — Christian Senior Citizens Home of Chatham 


April 1,2002 


534 St. Clair Street, Chatham — Clairvue Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


179 Sheldon Avenue, Chatham — Columbus Estates of Chatham Inc. 


April 1,2002 


340 Park Avenue West, Chatham — Columbus Estates of Chatham Inc. 


April 1,2002 


265 Tweedsmuir Ave. W., Chatham — Columbus Estates of Chatham Inc. 


April 1,2002 


330 Catherine Street Extension, Blenheim — Corporal Harry Miner V.C. (Ont-185) Senior Citizens 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


74 King Street East, Chatham — Labourview Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


254 Park Ave. E., 164 King St. E., 6 Martina Ct., 16 Timmins Cres., Chatham — New Beginnings 
Housing Project of Chatham 


April 1,2002 


40 Wedgewood Ave., Chatham — Park Street United Church (Chatham) Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


45 George Street, Ridgetown — Ridgetown Community Estates (Non-Profit) Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


65 Riverview Drive, Chatham — Riverway Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


459 Murray Street & 500 Albert Street, Wallaceburg — Wallaceburg Municipal Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


200 Westcourt Blvd., Wallaceburg — Wallaceburg Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


County of 
Northumberland 


174 Oliver Road, Campbellford — Campbellford Memorial Multicare Lodge 


April 1,2002 


224 First Street, Campbellford — Campbellford Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 


330 Alexandria Drive, Cobourg — Cobourg Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 



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700 Bumham Street, Cobourg — Cobourg Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


330 Alexander Dr., Cobourg — Cobourg Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


580 Court House Road, Cobourg — Northumberland Supportive Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


29 County Road, Percy Township — Percy Township Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


61 McCaul Street, Port Hope — Port Hope Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


144 Rose Glen Road, Port Hope — Port Hope Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


199A Sutherland Crescent, Cobourg — Sutherland Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


25 James Street East, Cobourg — - Trinity Housing of Cobourg Corporation 


April 1,2002 


City of Stratford 


27 Barron Street, Stratford — Banbury Cross Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


39 Borden Street, Stratford — Bard-of-Avon Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1,2002 


Address Confidential (shelter) (SW2129), Stratford — Emily Murphy Second Stage Residences 


April 1,2002 


55 Athlone Crescent, Stratford — Festival City Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April I, 2002 


5 Southvale Road, St. Marys — Little Falls Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April], 2002 


Woodland Towers (11), 639 West Gore St., Stratford — Spruce Lodge Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April I, 2002 


769 Downie Street, Stratford — Vineyard Village Non-Profit Homes of Stratford 


April 1,2002 


County of Renfrew 


138 Baskin Drive, Amprior — G.T. Seniors Apartments of Amprior Incorporated 


April 1,2002 


222 Blakely Street, Pembroke — Kinsmen Court Home for Men & Women (Pembroke) Inc. 


April 1,2002 


224 Vimy Blvd., Renfrew — Opeongo Non-Profit Community Residential Development Inc. 


April I, 2002 


26 Spruce Street, Amprior — Ottawaska Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


200 Caruso Street, Amprior — Ottawaska Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


St. Joseph Family Residence (50), Pembroke — St. Joseph Non-Profit Housing (Pembroke) 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


1151 Pembroke Street West, (Ph. I), Pembroke — St. Joseph Non-Profit Housing (Pembroke) 
Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


1 15 1 Pembroke Street West, (Residence 30), Pembroke — St. Joseph Non-Profit Housing 
(Pembroke) Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


1151 Pembroke Street West, (Ph. 11), Pembroke — St. Joseph Non-Profit Housing (Pembroke) 
Corporation 


April I, 2002 


County of Simcoe 


54-56 Peel St./ 121 Owen St., Barrie — "We Care" Non-Profit Homes (Banne) Inc. 


April 1,2002 


257 Centre Street, Essa Township — Angus Legion Gardens Senior Citizens Complex 


April 1,2002 


1 1 Mill Street, Coldwater — Coldwater Seniors' Apartments Inc. 


April 1,2002 


250 Erie Street, Collingwood — Collingwood Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


14 Worsley Street, Barrie — Coral Non-Profit Homes (Barrie) Inc. 


April 1,2002 


26 Fitton's Road East, Orillia — Elizabeth Overend Non-Profit Housing Orillia Inc. 


April 1,2002 


615 William Street, Midland — Javelin Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April], 2002 


201 Matthew Way, Collingwood — Matthew Co-operative Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 


854 Hartman Dr., Midland — Mount Lakeview Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


860 Hartman Dr., Midland — Mount Lakeview Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


219 King Street North, Alliston — Nottawasaga Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


5 Rosemary Road, Orillia — Orillia Christian Fellowship Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


250 & 252 Barrie Road, Orillia — Orillia Christian Fellowship Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


472 High Street, Orillia — Orillia Christian Fellowship Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


75 and 80 Walker Avenue, Orillia — Orillia Community Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


2 1 0-240 Holland Street West, Bradford — Quaker Hill Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


1 8 Peter Street North, Orillia — St. James Court Non-Profit Apartments Corporation 


April 1,2002 


75 Amelia Street, Barrie — St. Mary's Seniors Residence Barrie Inc. 


April 1,2002 


80, 90, 100 Little Ave. & 150 Bayview Dr., Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


131 Berczy Street, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


49 Coulter Street, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


10 and 20 Golfdale Road, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


101-1 1 1 D'ambrosio Street, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


191-193 Edgehill Drive, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 


186 Grove Street, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1. 2002 



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225 Kozlov St., Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Protit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


549 Yonge Street (FISH), Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


549 Yonge Street (Chapman), Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


205 Koslov Street II, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


3 1 Penetang Street, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


#1-380 Duckworth Street, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


339 Essa Rd., Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


125 Fitton's Road West, Orillia — The City of Orillia Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


City of Kawartha Lakes 


70 Murray Street, Fenelon Falls — Fenelon Area Independent Living Association 


April 1,2002 


Eastern Ave., Dysart et al. — Haliburton Community Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


Victoria St., Dysart, et al. — Haliburton Community Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


45 St. Patrick & 48 St. Paul Street, Lindsay — Lindsay Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


45 Durham Street East, Lindsay — Lindsay Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


Main Street, Wilberforce — Monmouth Township Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


24, 26, 28, 30 Wellington Street, Lindsay — Neighbourhood Housing in Lindsay 


April 1, 2002 


Floralan Park Drive, Minden — Staanworth Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


Parkside Street, Minden — Staanworth Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


District of Timiskaming 
Social Services 
Administration Board 


60 Fifth Street, Kirkland Lake — Kirkland Lake Non-Profit Housing Corp. 


April 1,2002 


165-195 Pollock Avenue, Kirkland Lake — Kirkland Lake Non-Profit Housing Corp. 


April 1, 2002 


105 Market Street, New Liskeard — New Liskeard Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


103 Market Street, New Liskeard — New Liskeard Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 


259 Gordon Drive, Haileybury — Royal Canadian Legion Zone K 1 and Area Veterans Home 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


City of Toronto 


127 Isabella Avenue, Toronto — 127 Isabella Non-Profit Residence Inc. 


May 1,2002 


1630 Lawrence Ave. West, Toronto — 1630 Lawrence Avenue West Residences Inc. 


May 1,2002 


91 Spencer Avenue, Toronto — 91 Spencer Avenue Co-operative Homes Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


23 Edgewood / 136 Kingston Road (Ph. 1, Toronto) — AKWA Honsta (Non-Profit Aboriginal 
Homes) Inc. 


May 1,2002 


2 Mascot Place, Toronto — 2 Mascot Place Co-operative Homes Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


55 Howard Park Avenue, Toronto — 55 Howard Park Avenue Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


38 Lakeside Avenue, Toronto — Abbeyfield Houses Society of Toronto 


May 1,2002 


88 Humber College Blvd., Toronto — ACLI Etobicoke Community Homes 


May 1, 2002 


3470 Keele Street, Toronto — ACLI Etobicoke Community Homes 


May 1,2002 


2155 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto — Aldebrain Attendant Care Services of Toronto 


May 1, 2002 


319 Dundas Street East, Toronto — All Saints Church Homes for Tomorrow Society 


May 1,2002 


70 Pembroke Street, Toronto — All Saints Church Homes for Tomorrow Society 


May I, 2002 


16 Concorde Place, Toronto — Almise Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


Nekenaan (second stage housing), Toronto — Anduhyaun Inc., MMAH Group #C02 1 90 


May 1,2002 


900-910 Queen Street West, Toronto — Artscape Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


930 Queen's Plate Drive, Toronto — Ascot Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


262 Ridley Blvd., Toronto — Avenel Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


May 1,2002 


1 Coin St., Toronto — Barsa Kelly / Cari-Can Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


33 Drewry Avenue, Toronto — Bazaar Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


May 1, 2002 


130 Bellamy Road North, Toronto — Bellamy Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


10 Elsinore Path, Toronto — Birmingham Homes Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


1 153 Queen Street East, Toronto — Birtch Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


1680 Ellesmere Avenue East, Toronto — Blue Danube Housing Development (Ontario) Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


15 Torresdale Avenue, Toronto — B'Nai Brith Canada Family Housing Program 


May 1, 2002 


4300 Bathurst Street, Toronto — B'Nai Brith Canada Senior Citizen's Residential Program 


May 1,2002 


240 Dunn Ave., Toronto — Bonar-Parkdale Senior Citizens Non-Profit Housing Corp. 


May 1,2002 


1252 Brimley Rd., Toronto — Brimell Court Co-operative Housing Inc. 


May I, 2002 


1050 Broadview Ave., Toronto — Broadview Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


83 Park Woods Village Dr., Toronto — Brookbanks Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


May I, 2002 



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Date 



1430 Woodbine Avenue, Toronto — Canadian Martyrs Seniors' Residence East York, Inc. 



1 1 Randolph Ave., Toronto — Canrise Non-Profit Housing Inc. 



338 Falstaff Ave., Toronto — Casa Abruzzo Benevolent Corporation 



1 5 King Street, Toronto — Central King Seniors Residence 



2319 McNicoU Avenue, Toronto — Chinese Evergreen Non-Profit Homes (Metro Toronto) Corp. 



43-55 Goldwin Ave., Toronto — Chord Housing Co-operative Incorporated 



3379 Lawrence Ave. East, Toronto — Church of the Master Homes Corporation 



484 Church St. / 31 Alexander St. / 51 Alexander St., Toronto - 
Apartments Inc. 



- City Park Co-operative 



1978 Victoria Park Ave., Toronto — Clintwood Non-Profit Housing Co-operative Inc. 



229 Meadowvale Rd., Toronto — Courtland Mews Co-operative Homes Inc. 



106 Beverly Street, Toronto — Deep Quong Non-Profit Homes Inc. 



841 Dundas Street East, Toronto — Dixon Neighbourhood Homes Incorporated 



668 Roselawn Avenue, Toronto — Dorothy Klein Seniors Housing Incorporated 



100 Crawford Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



100 Dewson Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



1014 Logan Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



1 23 Gough Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



1387 Queen Street West, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



149 Jameson Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



154 Coxwell Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



156 Coxwell Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



1 808 Queen Street East, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



1 88 Dunn Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



2 Ashland Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



212 Woodbine Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



228 Milan Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



232 Milan Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



249 Havelock Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



25 Hunter Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



252 Seaton Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



254 Seaton Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



29 Heydon Park Road, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



292 Sherboume Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



3 1 Wrenson Road, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



351 Gladstone Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



4 Ashland Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



415 Shaw Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



42 Bellwoods Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



453 St. Clarens Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



477 Woodbine Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



479 Woodbine Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



490 Delaware Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



65 Dixon Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



76 Northcote Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



778 Manning Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



85 Beaconsfield Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



9 Thomcliffe Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



91 Mitchell Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



93 Mitchell Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 



1 12 George St. S., Toronto — Edgeview Housing Co-operative Inc. 



1684 Victoria Park Avenue, Toronto — Emmanual Lutheran Manor Victoria Village 



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195 & 197 Weliesiey Street East & 477 Sherboume St., Toronto — Emescliffe Non-Profit Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


May 1.2002 


20 Trent Avenue, Toronto — Espérance Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


May 1.2002 


228 Galloway Road, Unit 600, Toronto — Estonian Relief Committee Non-Profit Residences Corp. 


May 1,2002 


163 Portland St., Toronto — Evangel Hall Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


May 1,2002 


31 Princess Street, Toronto — Family Action Network Housing Corporation (Ontario) 


May 1,2002 


1624 Bloor Street West, Toronto — First Erdeiyi Non-Profit Housing Corp. 


May 1,2002 


5, 15 & 25 Forty-Third Street, Toronto — Forty-Third Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1.2002 


139 Jarvis Street, Toronto — Fred Victor Centre 


May 1.2002 


147 Queen Street East, Toronto — Fred Victor Centre 


May 1,2002 


3370 Kingston Road, Toronto — Gardenview Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1.2002 


2750 Jane Street, Toronto — Glen Gardens Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1.2002 


2015 Lawrence Ave. East, Toronto — Grace Communities Corporation-Communautés Grace Corp. 


May 1.2002 


155 Kendal Avenue, Toronto — Habayit Shelanu Seniors Residences Corporation 


May 1.2002 


5 1 The Chimneystack Road, Toronto — Harry Sherman Crowe Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1.2002 


33 Princess Street, Toronto — Harmony Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1.2002 


1 1 1 Hickory Tree Road, Toronto — Hickory Tree Road Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1.2002 


100 Merton Street, Toronto — Hospital Workers Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1.2002 


171 Shaw St., Toronto — House of Compassion of Toronto 


May 1, 2002 


10 Ashdale Avenue, Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


1 16 Glenmore Road, Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


153 Alameda Avenue, Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1.2002 


40 Curzon Street, Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


610 Woodbine Ave., Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1,2002 


73-75 Balantyre Avenue, Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1.2002 


79 Boulton Ave., Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1,2002 


1 92 Ashdale Ave., Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


54 Marigold Avenue, Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1,2002 


1447 Royal York Rd., Toronto — Humbervale Christian Outreach Foundation Inc. 


May 1,2002 


99 Vaughan Road, Toronto — Ibercan Homes Non-Profit Corporation 


May 1, 2002 


1 82 Hiawatha Road, Toronto — Innstead Co-operative Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


6 Bloomfield Ave., Toronto — Innstead Co-operative Inc. 


May 1.2002 


239 Highfield Rd. / 29 Hiawatha Rd., Toronto — Innstead Co-operative Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


444 Woodfield Avenue, Toronto — Innstead Co-operative Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


23 Thomcliffe Park Dr., Toronto — Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) Corporation 


May 1,2002 


2877 Ellesmere Road, Toronto — Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) Corporation 


May 1, 2002 


704 Mortimer Avenue, Toronto — Interchurch Community Housing Corporation 


May 1,2002 


3010 Dufferin Street, Toronto — Italian Canadian Benevolent Seniors Apartment Corp. 


May 1,2002 


3010 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto — Jack Goodlad Senior Citizen Residences Corporation 


May 1, 2002 


300 George Street, Toronto — Jenny Green Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


773-781 The Queensway, Toronto — Kingsway-Lambton Homes For Seniors Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


33 Dumford Road, Toronto — Knight's Village Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


May 1. 2002 


1 Oscar Romero Place, Suite 1 l-A, Toronto — La Paz Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1.2002 


10 Gamett Janes Rd., Toronto — Lakeshore Gardens Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1.2002 


115 Birmingham St., Toronto — Lakeshore Village Artists' Co-operative Inc. 


May 1.2002 


10 Dora Avenue, Toronto — Las Flores Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


May 1.2002 


7 Glenbum Avenue, Unit 105, Toronto — Liberty Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1.2002 


515 Parkside Drive, Toronto — Loyola Arrupe Corporation 


May 1,2002 


1 709 Bloor Street West, Toronto — Loyola Arrupe Phase II Inc. 


May 1.2002 


81 Dalhousie St., Toronto — Margaret Laurence Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1. 2002 


1 10 George St. S., Toronto — Marketview Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


450A Scarborough Golf Club Road, Toronto — Masaryktown Non-Profit Residences Inc. 


May 1, 2002 



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Date 



730 Pape Avenue, Toronto — McClintock Manor-Nisbet Lodge 



99 Dalhousie Street, Toronto — Metta Housing Co-operative Inc. 



2480 Egiinton Avenue West. Toronto — Micah Homes Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



525 Lawrence Avenue West, Toronto - 
Corporation 



Moshav Noam Non-Profit Co-operative Housing 



1 77 Mutual Street, Toronto — Myrmex Non-Profit Homes Inc. 



3078 Lakeshore Blvd. West & 140, 150, 160 and 170 13th Street, Toronto - 
Homes Inc. 



- Nakiska Co-operative 



2 Market Street, Toronto — New Hibret Co-operative Homes Inc. 



82-84 Jones Ave., Toronto — Nishnawbe Homes Inc. 



2214 Keele Street, Toronto — Northminster Residences of Toronto 



85 The Esplanade, Toronto — Old York Tower Non-Profit Seniors Housing 



2020 Don Mills Road, Toronto — Operating Engineers Local 793 Non-Profit Housing Inc. 



76 Pembroke Street, Toronto — Operation Springboard 



3392 Kingston Road, Toronto — Orchard Grove Housing Co-operative Inc. 



200 Dora Spencer Road, Toronto — Our Lady of Victory Seniors Citizen's Residence (York) Inc. 



2705 Islington Ave., Toronto — Our Saviour Thistletown Lutheran Lodge 



15 The Esplanade, Toronto — OWN Housing Co-operative Inc. 



1206 Wilson Avenue, Toronto — Palisades Housing Co-operative Inc. 



77-79 Charles St. East, Toronto — Peggy and Andrew Brewin Housing Co-operative Inc. 



18 Grenville Street, Toronto — Peregrine Co-operative Homes Inc. 



1 10 The Esplanade, Toronto — Performing Arts Lodges (Ontario) Inc. 



75 1 Woodbine Ave., Toronto — Racokzi Villa 



747 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto — Rakoczi Villa 



1540 Kipling Avenue, Toronto — Richview Baptist Foundation 



36 Pape Avenue, Toronto — Riverdale Co-operative Houses 



1 3 Prust Ave., Toronto — Riverdale Co-operative Houses 



1 17 Gerrard St. E., Toronto — Riverdale United Non-Profit Homes 



20 Gamett Janes Road, Toronto — Robert Cooke Co-operative Homes Inc. 



90 Burrows Hall Blvd., Toronto — Scarborough Heights Co-operative Homes Inc. 



64-80 Secord Avenue, Toronto — Secord Avenue Co-operative Homes Inc. 



4130 Lawrence Ave. E., Toronto — St. Margaret Community Homes, Scarborough 



1 76 Cowan Avenue, Toronto — St. John's Polish National Catholic Cathedral Residential Corp. 



14 Gwynne Avenue, Toronto — START 103 Non-Profit Homes Corporation 



5 Tyndall Avenue, Toronto — START 103 Non-Profit Homes Corporation 



162 Dowling Avenue, Toronto — START 103 Non-Profit Homes Corporation 



570 O'Connor Drive, Toronto — Stephenson Senior Link Homes 



656-684 Kingston Road, Toronto — Stephenson Senior Link Homes 



1 1 Coatsworth Crescent, Toronto — Stephenson Senior Link Homes 



93 Lavinia Avenue, Toronto — Swansea Town Hall Residences 



20 Wade Avenue, Toronto — Tamil Co-operative Homes 



24 Shaw Street, Toronto — Terra Bella Non-Profit Housing Corporation of Ontario 



88 Mutual Street, Toronto — Terrace Housing Co-operative Inc. 



2353 Dufferin Street, Toronto — The St. Hilda's Towers' Lewis Gamsworthy Residence 



78 Holly Street, Toronto — The St. Margaret's Towers Inc. 



1 Seymour Ave., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 



126 Yarmouth Road, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 



135 Barton Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 



157 Gait Ave., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 



16 Chandos Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 



1 702 Gerrard Street East, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 



19 Normandy Blvd., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 



197, 199. 201 Carlton Street, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 



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Commencement 
Date 


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20 Sauiter Street. Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Seif-Heip Inc. 


May I, 2002 


248 Jones Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1.2002 


260 Logan Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


265 Westlake Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Seif-Heip Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


305 Rhodes Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


306 Berkeley St., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


307 Rhodes Ave., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


37 Boulton Ave., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


415 Bartlett Ave., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1.2002 


48 Rogers Road, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


498 Pape Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


499 Lauder Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May I, 2002 


67 Bristol Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May I, 2002 


70 Westwood Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


8 Westlake Crescent, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


851 Cosbum Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


95 Bumside Drive, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


223 Ashdale Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


47 Marjory Ave. / 8 Prospect St. / 316 Shuter St., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre 
Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


436-438 Sherboume Street, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


138 Bellamy Road North, Toronto — Ujamaa Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


695 Coxwell Avenue, Toronto — Tobias House of Toronto — Caring For People 


May 1,2002 


84 Carlton Street, Toronto — Tobias House of Toronto — Caring For People 


May 1,2002 


I Church Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


102 Tyndall Avenue. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


1 022 St. Clarens Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


1 167 Queen Street East, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


128 Havelock Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


133 Broadway Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


136 Perth Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


140 The Esplanade, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


1400 Bathurst Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


1466-1468 Bathurst Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


16 Redwood Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


I7A Tiverton Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


190 John Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


203 Pape Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


21 St. Joseph Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


22 McCaul Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


22 O'Hara Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


2390 Gerrard Street East, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


240 1 Yonge Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


248 Simcoe Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


254 Maria Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


26 Dingwall Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


261 Hastings Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


261 Jarvis Street. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


2745 Yonge Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


28 Broadway Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


285-291 Jarvis Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


29 Louvain Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 



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32 Larch Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



33 Coatsworth Cres., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



357 Westmoreland Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



40 Trefann Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



402 Delaware Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



433 Runnymede Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



444 Gladstone Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



50 Barrington Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



520 Kingston Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



52 Jones Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



53 Grant Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



530 Kingston Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



57 Brandon Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



57 Hillsview Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



60 Fairford Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



64 Muir Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



697 Woodbine Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



73 Sorauren Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



75 Northcote Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



900 & 910 Queen's Plate Drive, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



909 St. Clair Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



790 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



3036 Bathurst Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



5 Carling Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



495 Wilson Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



2 Faywood Blvd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



384 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



98 Cavell Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



120 Town Haven Place, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



7 Coatsworth Crescent, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



330 Jarvis Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



3 1 79 Yonge Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



44 Keele Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



72 Clinton Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



250 Twelfth Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



1315 Neilson Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



750 Wilson Heights Blvd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



1286 Wilson Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



20 Sanderling Place, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



1 025 Scarlett Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



600 Rogers Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



75 Dowling Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



447 King Street West, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



12 Thomcliffe Park Drive, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



55 Rankin Crescent, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



460 Jarvis Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



2468 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 



1 75 Keele Street, Toronto — Toronto Refugee Community Non-Profit Homes and Services 



40 Dorval Road, Toronto — Toronto Refugee Community Non-Profit Homes and Services 



48 Wanda Road, Toronto — Toronto Refugee Community Non-Profit Homes and Services 



298 & 300 Queens Drive, Toronto — Upwood Park / Salvador Del Mundo Co-operative Homes Inc. 



33 Gabian Way, Toronto — Vila Caspar Corte Real Inc. 



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Commencement 
Date 




4062 Old Dundas St. West, Toronto — Villa Otthon 


May 1,2002 


10-12 Gower Street, Toronto — VincentPaul Family Homes Corporation 


May 1. 2002 


835 Birchmount Road, Toronto — Walton Place (Scarborough) Inc. 


May 1.2002 


8 Clappison Blvd., Unit 35. Toronto — West Rouge Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1.2002 


156 Floyd Avenue, Toronto — Westminster Court Senior Citizens Housing Corporation 


May 1,2002 


3 1 Lambton Ave. / 8 Keywest Ave. / 557 McRoberts Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


502-502A Whitmore, 240-242 Torrens, 29 Commonwealth, 9 Ray, 10 McRoberts, Toronto — 
Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1. 2002 


25 Brucewood Crescent, Toronto — Willmar Eight Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


38 Thomcliffe Park Dr., Toronto — Willow Glen Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


967 Pharmacy Avenue, Toronto — Wilmar Heights United Church Non-Profit Homes 


May 1.2002 


255 Dolly Varden Blvd., #45A, Toronto — Wobum Village Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1.2002 


Bloor House (shelter), Toronto — Women in Transition Inc., MMAH Groupp #M04604 


May 1,2002 


1070 Queen Street East, Toronto — Woodgreen Community Housing Inc. 


May 1,2002 


137-139 Sears Street, Toronto — Woodgreen Community Housing Inc. 


May 1,2002 


41-65, 69 Pape Avenue, Toronto — Woodgreen Community Housing Inc. 


May 1.2002 


570 Coxwell Avenue, Toronto — Woodgreen Community Housing Inc. 


May 1.2002 


841 Queen St. E., Toronto — Woodgreen Community Housing Inc. 


May 1,2002 


15 Pape Avenue, Toronto — Young Women's Christian Association of Greater Toronto 


May 1,2002 


55-57 Humewood Dr., Toronto — Young Women's Christian Association of Greater Toronto 


May I, 2002 


Young Women's Christian Association of Greater Toronto, MMAH Project #C02I76 


May 1,2002 


280 Gerrard Street E., Toronto — Ysm Genesis Place Homes Inc. 


May 1.2002 



10. (1) Table 3 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



55. 


City of Kawartha Lakes 


Neighbourhood Housing in Lindsay 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


56. 


County of Northumberiand 


Campbell ford Memorial Multicare Lodge 


1. 00 


1.00 


2002 


57. 


County of Northumberland 


Cobourg Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


58. 


City of Ottawa 


City of Ottawa N.P.H.C. 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


59. 


City of Ottawa 


Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter (Ecumenical) Corporation 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


60. 


City of Ottawa 


Emily Murphy Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


61. 


City of Ottawa 


The Muslim Non-Profit Housing Corporation of Ottawa- 
Carleton 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


62. 


County of Renfrew 


Kinsmen Court Home for Men & Women (Pembroke) Inc. 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


63. 


County of Renfrew 


Opeongo Non-Profit Community Residential 
Development Inc. 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


64. 


City of Greater Sudbury 


Centreville 1 & 2 Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


65. 


City of Greater Sudbury 


Habitat Boreal Inc. 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


66. 


City of Greater Sudbury 


Sudbury Y.W.C.A. Brookwood Apartments 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


67. 


Regional Municipality of 
Niagara 


The Bethlehem Not-for-Profit Housing Projects of 
Niagara 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


68. 


Municipality of Chatham-Kent 


New Beginnings Housing Project of Chatham 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


69. 


District Municipality of 
Muskoka 


Huntsville Legion Seniors Manor 


1.00 


1. 00 


2002 


70. 


City of Hamilton 


Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


71. 


The City of Kingston 


Phoenix Homes Kingston 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 



(2) Table 3 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



72. 


City of Toronto 


127 Isabella Non-Profit Residence Inc. 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


73. 


City of Toronto 


A.H.E. Affordable. Housing East Non-Profit Housing 
Corp. 


LOO 


1.00 


2002 


74. 


City of Toronto 


Anduhyaun Inc. 


1.00 


LOO 


2002 


75. 


City of Toronto 


Dixon Neighbourhood Homes Incorporated 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


76. 


City of Toronto 


Ecuhome Corporation 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 



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O.Reg. 87/02 



77. 


City of Toronto 


Evangel Hall Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


1. 00 


1. 00 


2002 


78. 


City of Toronto 


Fred Victor Centre 


1. 00 


1.00 


2002 


79. 


City of Toronto 


House of Compassion of Toronto 


1. 00 


1. 00 


2002 


80. 


City of Toronto 


Innstead Co-operative Inc. 


1. 00 


1. 00 


2002 


81. 


City of Toronto 


Nishnawbe Homes Incorporated 


1.00 


1. 00 


2002 


82. 


City of Toronto 


Riverdale Co-operative Houses 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


83. 


City of Toronto 


St. Margaret Community Homes, Scarborough 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


84. 


City of Toronto 


START 103 Non-Profit Homes Corporation 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


85. 


City of Toronto 


Toronto Refugee Community Non-Profit Homes and 
Services 


1.00 


1. 00 


2002 


86. 


City of Toronto 


Women in Transition Inc. 


1.00 


1.00 


2002 


87. 


City of Toronto 


YSM Genesis Place Homes Inc. 


1. 00 


1.00 


2002 



(3) Table 3 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following: 



88. City of Stratford Emily Murphy Second Stage Residence 1.00 1. 00 2002 



11. Items 1 to 47 of Table 4 of the Regulation are amended 
by striking out "2001" in Column 4 and substituting "2002". 

12. (1) Subsections 10 (1) and (3) come into force on April 
1, 2002. 

(2) Subsection 10 (2) comes into force on May 1, 2002. 

Chris Hodgson 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated on Februaiy 21, 2002. 
13/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 87/02 

made under the 

SOCIAL HOUSING REFORM ACT, 2000 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12, 2002 

AmendingO. Reg. 368/01 
(General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 368/01 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Table 1 of Ontario Regulation 368/01 is amended by 
striking out "or by non-profit housing co-operatives under the 
Co-operative Corporations Act" under the column heading 
"Program Description" opposite "2 (b)" under the column 
heading "Program Category Number". 

2. Table 2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing items: 



49. 


City of Kawartha Lakes 


Whole of service area 


$11,100 


$13,800 


$16,500 


$19,500 


$21,900 


April I, 2002 


50. 


County of Northumberland 


Whole of service area 


$11,100 


$13,800 


$16,500 


$19,500 


$21,900 


April 1,2002 


51. 


County of Simcoe 


Bradford West 
Gwillimbury Town, 
New Tecumseth 
Town 


$15,900 


$19,500 


$23,100 


$26,400 


$31,800 


April 1,2002 


52. 


County of Simcoe 


Whole of service area 
except as set out in 
item 5 1 


$11,100 


$13,800 


$16,500 


$19,500 


$21,900 


April 1,2002 



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383 



53. 


City of Ottawa 


Whole of service area 


$11,700 


$14,700 


$18,000 


$21,900 


$24,000 


April 1, 2002 


54. 


County of Renfrew 


Whole of service area 


$11,100 


$13,800 


$16,500 


$19,500 


$21,900 


April 1,2002 


55. 


City of Greater Sudbury 


Whole of service area 


$11,700 


$14.700 


$18,000 


$21,900 


$24,000 


April], 2002 


56. 


District of Timiskaming 
Social Services 
Administration Board 


Cobalt, 

Dymond Twp., 
Haileybury, 
Harris Twp., 
Hudson Twp., 
New Liskeard 


$11,100 


$13,800 


$16,500 


$19,500 


$21,900 


April 1,2002 


57. 


District of Timiskaming 
Social Services 
Administration Board 


Whole of service area 
except as set out in 
item 56 


$14,100 


$18,300 


$20,100 


$23,400 


$25,200 


April 1,2002 


58. 


Regional Municipality of 
Niagara 


West Lincoln Twp. 


$11,100 


$13,800 


$16,500 


$19,500 


$21,900 


April 1,2002 


59. 


Regional Municipality of 
Niagara 


Whole of service area 
except as set out in 
item 58 


$11,700 


$14,700 


$18,000 


$21,900 


$24,000 


April 1, 2002 


60. 


Municipality of Chatham- 
Kent 


Whole of service area 


$11,100 


$13,800 


$16,500 


$19,500 


$21,900 


April 1,2002 


61. 


City of Stratford 


Whole of service area 


$11,100 


$13,800 


$16,500 


$19,500 


$21,900 


April 1,2002 


62. 


City of Toronto 


Whole of service area 


$15,900 


$19,500 


$23,100 


$26,400 


$31,800 


May 1,2002 



3. Table 6 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing items: 



49. 


City of Kawartha Lakes 


Whole of service area 


$18.500 


$23.000 


$27,500 


$32,500 


$36,500 


50. 


County of Northumberland 


Whole of service area 


$18.500 


$23,000 


$27,500 


$32,500 


$36.500 


51. 


County of Simcoe 


Bradford West 
Gwillimbury Town, 
New Tecumseth Town 


$26,500 


$32,500 


$38,500 


$44,000 


$53,000 


52. 


County of Simcoe 


Whole of service area 
except as set out in item 5 1 


$18,500 


$23,000 


$27,500 


$32,500 


$36,500 


53. 


City of Ottawa 


Whole of service area 


$19.500 


$24,500 


$30,000 


$36,500 


$40,000 


54. 


County of Renfrew 


Whole of service area 


$18.500 


$23,000 


$27,500 


$32.500 


$36,500 


55. 


City of Greater Sudbury 


Whole of service area 


$19,500 


$24,500 


$30.000 


$36,500 


$40.000 


56. 


District of Timiskaming Social 
Services Administration Board 


Cobalt, 

Dymond Twp., 
Haileybury, 
Harris Twp., 
Hudson Twp., 
New Liskeard 


$18,500 


$23.000 


$27,500 


$32,500 


$36,500 


57. 


District of Timiskaming Social 
Services Administration Board 


Whole of service area 
except as set out in item 56 


$23,500 


$30,500 


$33,500 


$39,000 


$42,000 


58. 


Regional Municipality of 
Niagara 


West Lincoln Twp. 


$18,500 


$23,000 


$27,500 


$32,500 


$36,500 


59. 


Regional Municipality of 
Niagara 


Whole of service area 
except as set out in item 58 


$19,500 


$24,500 


$30,000 


$36,500 


$40,000 


60. 


Municipality of Chatham-Kent 


Whole of service area 


$18.500 


$23,000 


$27,500 


$32,500 


$36,500 


61. 


City of Stratford 


Whole of service area 


$18.500 


$23,000 


$27,500 


$32,500 


$36,500 


62. 


City of Toronto 


Whole of service area 


$26,500 


$32,500 


$38,500 


$44,000 


$53,000 



4. (1) Item 1 of Table 7 of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



City of Toronto 



64,081 



42,036 



1,651 



(2) Items 2, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 15, 19, 21, 26, 28, 30, 32, 33, 34, 
36, 39, 40, 41 and 47 of Table 7 of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 



2. I Regional Municipality of Durham 



4,165 



2,037 



249 



I City of Hamilton 



7,875 



4,967 



312 



149 



384 



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O.Reg. 87/02 



6. 


Regional Municipality of Niagara 


4,858 


2,778 


258 


7. 


City of Ottawa 


15,996 


9,379 


558 



9. I City of Greater Sudbury 



3.603 



2,151 



168 



11. 


Regional Municipality of York 


4,065 


970 


250 


12. 


District Municipality of Muskoka 


433 


247 


29 



1 15. 


1 Municipality of Chatham-Kent 


1 1.365 1 


747 


1 63 1 




1 19. 


1 City of Kingston 


1 2,007 i 


L370 


L 74 




1 21. 


1 County of Hastings 


1 1,890 1 


1,167 


1 57 1 




1 26. 


1 County of Lennox and Addington 


1 619 1 


419 


1 15 1 




1 28. 


1 County of Northumberland 


1 677 1 


377 


1 22 1 




1 30, 


1 City of Stratford 


1 973 1 


641 


1 54 1 



32. 


United Counties of Prescott and Russell 


675 


390 


57 


33. 


County of Renfrew 


1,275 


837 


28 


34. 


County of Simcoe 


2,622 


1,407 


97 



30 I 



36. I City of Kawartha Lakes 



871 



522 



39. 


District of Sault Ste. Marie Social Services Administration 
Board 


1,842 


1,097 


74 


40. 


District of Cochrane Social Services Administration Board 


1,920 


1,247 


97 


41. 


Kenora District Services Board 


865 


485 


69 



155 I 



47. I District of Timiskaming Social Services Administration Board 



589 



229 



(3) Items 2, 6, 7, n, 12, 21, 26, 30, 32 and 40 of Table 7 of 
the Regulation as remade by subsection (2) are revoked and 
the following substituted: 



260 I 



2. I Regional Municipality of Durham 



4,250 



2,065 



6. 


Regional Municipality of Niagara 


5.060 


2,887 


302 


7. 


City of Ottawa 


16.051 


9,409 


563 



11. 



Regional Municipality of York 



4,083 



980 



252 



12. 



District Municipality of Muskoka 



449 



256 



31 



21. I County of Hastings 



1,936 



1.167 



62 



150 



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O.Reg. 88/02 385 



1 26. 


1 County of Lennox and Addington 


1 651 


1 436 


1 17 




1 30. 


1 City of Stratford 


1 986 


1 648 


1 55 




1 32. 


1 United Counties of Prescott and Russell 


1 687 


1 397 


1 57 




1 40. 


1 District of Cochrane Social Services Administration Board 


1 1.975 


1 1.265 


1 102 


(4) Items 4, 8, 10, 13, 18, 24, 25, 27 and 31 of Table 7 of the 
Regulation are revoked and the following substituted: 


1 4. 


1 Regional Municipality of Halton 


2,913 


1,596 


211 i 




1 8. 


Regional Municipality of Peel 


8,343 


3.605 


436 1 




1 10. 


Regional Municipality of Waterloo 


5.517 


3,020 


235 1 




1 13. 


CityofBrantford 


1,070 


788 


34 1 




1 18. 


City of Windsor 


3,775 


2.825 


49 1 




24. 


County of Lanark 


765 


376 


46 


25. 


United Counties of Leeds and Grenville 


748 


560 


10 




1 27. 


City of London 


3,528 


2,644 


86 1 




1 31. 


City of Peterborough 


1,564 


924 


33 1 



5. (1) Section 3 and subsection 4 (2) come into force on 
April 1, 2002. 

(2) Subsection 4 (1) comes into force on May 1, 2002. 

(3) Subsections 4 (3) and (4) come into force on June 1, 
2002. 

13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 88/02 

made under the 

SOCIAL HOUSING REFORM ACT, 2000 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 369/01 
(Transfer of Administration for Housing Programs and Projects) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 369/01 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 369/01 is amended by 
adding the following items: 



151 



386 



THE ONTARIO GAZETTE / LA GAZETTE DE L'ONTARIO 



O.Reg. 88/02 



131. 


Kb) 


140 Adanac Drive, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


132. 


Kb) 


91 Augusta Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


,2002 


133. 


Kb) 


7 & 1 1 Arleta Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


134. 


Kb) 


50 Norway Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


135. 


Kb) 


35 Park Home Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


136. 


Kb) 


168 Jolin Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


,2002 


137. 


Kb) 


266 Donlands Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


,2002 


138. 


Kb) 


2950 Lawrence Avenue East. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


,2002 


139. 


Kb) 


80 Danforth Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


,2002 


140. 


Kb) 


3330 Danfortli Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


141. 


Kb) 


65 Greencrest Circuit, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


142. 


Kb) 


5. 7, 9 & 1 1 Wakunda Place, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


143. 


Kb) 


4000 Don Mills Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


144. 


Kb) 


423 Yonge Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


145. 


Kb) 


1 775 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


146. 


Kb) 


2195 Jane Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


147. 


Kb) 


1901 Weston Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


148. 


Kb) 


9 Haldon Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


149. 


Kb) 


35 Shoreham Drive, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


150. 


Kb) 


540 Queen Street East, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


151. 


Kb) 


340 Royal York Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


152. 


Kb) 


369 Pape Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


153. 


Kb) 


828 Kingston Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


154. 


Kb) 


145 Strathmore Blvd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


155. 


Kb) 


100 Cavell Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


156. 


Kb) 


1 Scarlettwood Crt., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


157. 


Kb) 


41 Mabelle Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


,2002 


158. 


Kb) 


71 Merton Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


,2002 


159. 


Kb) 


34 Oxford Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


,2002 


160. 


Kb) 


1 2 King Higii Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


161. 


Kb) 


2287 Gerrard Street East, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


162. 


Kb) 


1 30 Vaughan Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


163. 


Kb) 


193 Wilson Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


164. 


Kb) 


859 Dundas Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


165. 


Kb) 


20-25 West Lodge Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


166. 


Kb) 


10 Glen Everest Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


167. 


Kb) 


18 Davenport Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


168. 


Kb) 


1 30 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


169. 


Kb) 


801 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


170. 


Kb) 


4205 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


171. 


Kb) 


101 Humber Blvd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


172. 


Kb) 


2-8 & 14-20 Flemington Road. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


173. 


Kb) 


3680 Keele Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


174. 


Kb) 


55 Outlook Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


175. 


Kb) 


230 River Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


176. 


1 (b) 


101, 121 Kendleton Drive, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


177. 


Kb) 


3 1 74 Bathurst Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


178. 


Kb) 


575 Danforth Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


179. 


Kb) 


1 700 Finch Avenue East, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


180. 


Kb) 


4455 Bathurst Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


181. 


Kb) 


1 7 Brimley Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


182. 


Kb) 


1420 Victoria Park Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


183. 


Kb) 


3825 Sheppard Avenue East, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


184. 


Kb) 


5430 Yonge Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


185. 


Kb) 


2567 Yonge Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


186. 


Kb) 


50 Tuxedo Court, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


187. 


Kb) 


1-8 Arbordell Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


188. 


Kb) 


9-15 Arbordell Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


189. 


Kb) 


6250 Bathurst Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


190. 


Kb) 


4 1 75 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


191. 


Kb) 


310 Dundas Street East, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


192. 


1 (b) 175 Cummer Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 



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387 



193. 


Kb) 


2008 Pharmacy Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


194. 


1(b) 


133 Merril Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


195. 


Kb) 


682 Warden Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


196. 


Kb) 


2835 Lakeshore Blvd. West, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


197. 


6(a) 


127 Isabella Avenue, Toronto — 127 Isabella Non-Profit Residence Inc. 


May 1,2002 


198. 


6(a) 


1630 Lawrence Ave. West, Toronto — 1630 Lawrence Avenue West Residences Inc. 


May 1,2002 


199. 


6(b) 


91 Spencer Avenue, Toronto — 91 Spencer Avenue Co-operative Homes Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


200. 


6(a) 


802 Eastern Ave., Toronto — A.H.E. Affordable Housing East Non-Profit Housing Corp. 


May 1, 2002 


201. 


6(a) 


23 Edgewood / 136 Kingston Road (Ph 1, Toronto — AKWA Honsta (Non-Profit Aboriginal 
Homes) Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


202. 


6(b) 


2 Mascot Place, Toronto — 2 Mascot Place Co-operative Homes Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


203. 


6(b) 


55 Howard Park Avenue, Toronto — 55 Howard Park Avenue Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


204. 


6(a) 


38 Lakeside Avenue, Toronto — Abbey field Houses Society of Toronto 


May 1,2002 


205. 


6(a) 


88 Humber College Blvd., Toronto — ACLl Etobicoke Community Homes 


May 1,2002 


206. 


6(a) 


3470 Keele Street, Toronto — ACLI Etobicoke Community Homes 


May 1,2002 


207. 


6(a) 


2155 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto — Aldebrain Attendant Care Services of Toronto 


May 1, 2002 


208. 


6(b) 


1 6 Concorde Place, Toronto — Almise Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


209. 


6(a) 


Nekenaan (second stage housing), Toronto — Anduhyaun Inc. - MMAH Group #C02190 


May 1,2002 


210. 


6(a) 


900-910 Queen Street West, Toronto — Artscape Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


211. 


6(b) 


930 Queen's Plate Drive, Toronto — Ascot Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


212. 


6(a) 


262 Ridley Blvd., Toronto — Avenel Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


May 1,2002 


213. 


6(b) 


1 Coin St., Toronto — Barsa Kelly / Can-Can Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


214. 


6(a) 


33 Drewry Avenue, Toronto — Bazaar Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


May 1,2002 


215. 


6(b) 


130 Bellamy Road North, Toronto — Bellamy Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


216. 


6(b) 


10 Elsinore Path, Toronto — Birmingham Homes Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


217. 


6(b) 


1 153 Queen Street East, Toronto — Birtch Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


218. 


6(a) 


1680 Ellesmere Avenue East, Toronto — Blue Danube Housing Development (Ontario) Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


219. 


6(a) 


15 Torresdale Avenue, Toronto — B'Nai Brith Canada Family Housing Program 


May 1, 2002 


220. 


6(a) 


4300 Bathurst Street, Toronto — B'Nai Brith Canada Senior Citizen's Residential Program 


May 1.2002 


221. 


6(a) 


240 Dunn Ave., Toronto — Bonar-Parkdale Senior Citizens Non-Profit Housing Corp. 


May 1,2002 


222. 


6(b) 


1252 Brimley Rd., Toronto — Brimell Court Co-operative Housing Inc. 


May 1,2002 


223. 


6(b) 


1050 Broadview Ave., Toronto — Broadview Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


224. 


6(a) 


83 Park Woods Village Dr., Toronto — Brookbanks Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


225. 


6(a) 


1430 Woodbine Avenue, Toronto — Canadian Martyrs Seniors' Residence East York, Inc. 


May 1,2002 


226. 


6(a) 


1 1 Randolph Ave., Toronto — Canrise Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


May 1,2002 


227. 


6(a) 


338 Falstaff Ave., Toronto — Casa Abruzzo Benevolent Corporation 


May 1,2002 


228. 


6(a) 


15 King Street, Toronto — Central King Seniors Residence 


May 1, 2002 


229. 


6(a) 


2319 McNicoll Avenue, Toronto — Chinese Evergreen Non-Profit Homes (Metro Toronto) Corp. 


May 1, 2002 


230. 


6(b) 


43-55 Goldwin Ave., Toronto — Chord Housing Co-operative Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


231. 


6(a) 


3379 Lawrence Ave. East, Toronto — Church of the Master Homes Corporation 


May 1, 2002 


232. 


6(b) 


484 Church St. / 3 1 Alexander St. / 5 1 Alexander St., Toronto — City Park Co-operative Apartments 
Inc. 


May 1,2002 


233. 


6(b) 


1978 Victoria Park Ave., Toronto — Clintwood Non-Profit Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


234. 


6(b) 


229 Meadowvale Rd., Toronto — Courtland Mews Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


235. 


6(a) 


1 06 Beverly Street, Toronto — Deep Quong Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


236. 


6(a) 


841 Dundas Street East, Toronto — Dixon Neighbourhood Homes Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


237. 


6(a) 


668 Roselawn Avenue, Toronto — Dorothy Klein Seniors Housing Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


238. 


6(a) 


1 00 Crawford Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


239. 


6(a) 


1 00 Dewson Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


240. 


6(a) 


1014 Logan Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


241. 


6(a) 


1 23 Gough Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


242. 


6(a) 


1387 Queen Street West, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1, 2002 


243. 


6(a) 


149 Jameson Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


244. 


6(a) 


154 Coxwell Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


245. 


6(a) 


156 Coxwell Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


246. 


6(a) 


1 808 Queen Street East, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


247. 


6(a) 


1 88 Dunn Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


248. 


6(a) 


2 Ashland Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


249. 


6(a) 


212 Woodbine Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


250. 


6(a) 


228 Milan Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1, 2002 


251. 


6(a) 


232 Milan Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


252. 


6(a) 


249 Havelock Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


253. 


6(a) 


25 Hunter Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 



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254. 


6(a) 


252 Seaton Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


255. 


6(a) 


254 Seaton Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


256. 


6(a) 


29 Heydon Park Road, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


257. 


6(a) 


292 Sherboume Street, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


258. 


6(a) 


3 1 Wrenson Road, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


259. 


6(a) 


35 1 Gladstone Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


260. 


6(a) 


4 Ashland Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


261. 


6(a) 


4 1 5 Shaw Street. Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


262. 


6(a) 


42 Bellwoods Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


263. 


6(a) 


453 St. Clarens Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


264. 


6(a) 


477 Woodbine Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


265. 


6(a) 


479 Woodbine Avenue. Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


266. 


6(a) 


490 Delaware Avenue. Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


267. 


6(a) 


65 Dixon Avenue. Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


268. 


6(a) 


76 Northcote Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


269. 


6(a) 


778 Manning Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


270. 


6(a) 


85 Beaconsfield Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


271. 


6(a) 


9 Thomcliffe Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


272. 


6(a) 


91 Mitchell Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


273. 


6(a) 


93 Mitchell Avenue, Toronto — Ecuhome Corporation 


May 1,2002 


274. 


6(b) 


1 12 George St. S., Toronto — Edgeview Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


275. 


6(a) 


1684 Victoria Park Avenue, Toronto — Emmanual Lutheran Manor Victoria Village 


May 1,2002 


276. 


6(b) 


195 & 197 Wellesley Street East & 477 Sherboume St., Toronto — Emescliffe Non-Profit Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


277. 


6(a) 


20 Trent Avenue, Toronto — Espérance Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


278. 


6(a) 


228 Galloway Road. Unit 600, Toronto — Estonian Relief Committee Non-Profit Residences Corp. 


May 1,2002 


279. 


6(a) 


163 Portland St., Toronto — Evangel Hall Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


May 1,2002 


280. 


6(a) 


3 1 Princess Street. Toronto — Family Action Network Housing Corporation (Ontario) 


May 1,2002 


281. 


6(a) 


1 624 Bloor Street West, Toronto — First Erdelyi Non-Profit Housing Corp. 


May 1,2002 


282. 


6(a) 


1 39 Jarvis Street, Toronto — Fred Victor Centre 


May 1,2002 


283. 


6(a) 


1 47 Queen Street East, Toronto — Fred Victor Centre 


May 1,2002 


284. 


6(b) 


3370 Kingston Road. Toronto — Gardenview Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


285. 


6(b) 


2750 Jane Street, Toronto — Glen Gardens Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


286. 


6(a) 


1 55 Kendal Avenue, Toronto — Habayit Shelanu Seniors Residences Corporation 


May 1,2002 


287. 


6(b) 


5 1 The Chimneystack Road, Toronto — Harry Sherman Crowe Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


288. 


6(b) 


33 Princess Street, Toronto — Harmony Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


289. 


6(b) 


1 1 1 Hickory Tree Road, Toronto — Hickory Tree Road Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


290. 


6(b) 


100 Merton Street, Toronto — Hospital Workers Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


291. 


6(a) 


1 7 1 Shaw St., Toronto — House of Compassion of Toronto 


May 1,2002 


292. 


6(a) 


10 Ashdale Avenue, Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1,2002 


293. 


6(a) 


1 16 Glenmore Road, Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1,2002 


294. 


6(a) 


153 Alameda Avenue, Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1,2002 


295. 


6(a) 


40 Curzon Street, Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1,2002 


296. 


6(a) 


610 Woodbine Ave., Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1,2002 


297. 


6(a) 


73-75 Blantyre Avenue, Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1,2002 


298. 


6(a) 


79 Boulton Ave., Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1,2002 


299. 


6(a) 


192 Ashdale Ave., Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1,2002 


300. 


6(a) 


54 Marigold Avenue, Toronto — Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1,2002 


301. 


6(a) 


1447 Royal York Rd., Toronto — Humbervale Christian Outreach Foundation Inc. 


May 1,2002 


302. 


6(a) 


99 Vaughan Road, Toronto — Ibercan Homes Non-Profit Corporation 


May 1,2002 


303. 


6(b) 


182 Hiawatha Road, Toronto — Innstead Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


304. 


6(b) 


6 Bloomfield Ave., Toronto — Innstead Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


305. 


6(b) 


239 Highfield Rd. / 29 Hiawatha Rd., Toronto — Innstead Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


306. 


6(b) 


444 Woodfield Avenue, Toronto — Innstead Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


307. 


6(a) 


23 Thomcliffe Park Dr., Toronto — Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) Corporation 


May 1,2002 


308. 


6(a) 


2877 Ellesmere Road, Toronto — Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) Corporation 


May 1, 2002 


309. 


6(a) 


704 Mortimer Avenue, Toronto — Interchurch Community Housing Corporation 


May 1, 2002 


310. 


6(a) 


3010 Dufferin Street, Toronto — Italian Canadian Benevolent Seniors Apartment Corp. 


May 1,2002 


311. 


6(b) 


300 George Street, Toronto — Jenny Green Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


312. 


6(a) 


773-781 The Queensway. Toronto — Kings way- Lambton Homes for Seniors Inc. 


May 1,2002 


313. 


6(a) 


33 Dumford Road, Toronto — Knight's Village Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


314. 


6(b) 


1 Oscar Romero Place, Suite 1 1-A, Toronto — La Paz Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


315. 


6(b) 


10 Gamett Janes Rd., Toronto — Lakeshore Gardens Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 



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316. 


6(b) 


1 15 Birmingham St., Toronto — Lakeshore Village Artists' Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


317. 


6(a) 


10 Dora Avenue, Toronto — Las Flores Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


May 1,2002 


318. 


6(b) 


7 Glenbum Avenue, Unit 105, Toronto — Liberty Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


319. 


6(a) 


515 Parkside Drive, Toronto — Loyola Arrupe Corporation 


May 1,2002 


320. 


6(a) 


1709 Bloor Street West, Toronto — Loyola Arrupe Phase 11 Inc. 


May 1,2002 


321. 


6(b) 


81 Dalhousie St., Toronto — Margaret Laurence Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


322. 


6(b) 


1 10 George St. S., Toronto — Marketview Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


323. 


6(a) 


450A Scarborough Golf Club Road, Toronto — Masaryktown Non-Profit Residences Inc. 


May 1,2002 


324. 


6(a) 


730 Pape Avenue. Toronto — McClintock Manor — Nisbet Lodge 


May 1.2002 


325. 


6(b) 


99 Dalhousie Street, Toronto — Metta Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


326. 


6(a) 


2480 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto — Micah Homes Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


May 1,2002 


327. 


6(a) 


177 Mutual Street, Toronto — Myrmex Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


328. 


6(b) 


3078 Lakeshore Blvd. West & 140, 150, 160 and 170 13di Street, Toronto — Nakiska Co-operative 
Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


329. 


6(b) 


2 Market Street, Toronto — New Hibret Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


330. 


6(a) 


82-84 Jones Ave., Toronto — Nishnawbe Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


331. 


6(a) 


2214 Keele Street. Toronto — Northminster Residences of Toronto 


May 1,2002 


332. 


6(a) 


85 The Esplanade. Toronto — Old York Tower Non-Profit Seniors Housing 


May 1, 2002 


333. 


6(a) 


2020 Don Mills Road, Toronto — Operating Engineers Local 793 Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


May 1,2002 


334. 


6(a) 


76 Pembroke St. — Operation Springboard 


May 1,2002 


335. 


6(b) 


3392 Kingston Road, Toronto — Orchard Grove Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


336. 


6(a) 


200 Dora Spencer Road, Toronto — Our Lady of Victory Seniors Citizens' Residence (York) Inc. 


May 1,2002 


337. 


6(a) 


2705 Islington Ave., Toronto — Our Saviour Thistletown Lutheran Lodge 


May 1, 2002 


338. 


6(b) 


115 The Esplanade, Toronto — OWN Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


339. 


6(b) 


1206 Wilson Avenue, Toronto — Palisades Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


340. 


6(b) 


77-79 Charies St. East, Toronto — Peggy and Andrew Brewin Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


341. 


6(b) 


18 Grenville Street, Toronto — Peregrine Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


342. 


6(a) 


1 10 The Esplanade, Toronto — Performing Arts Lodges (Ontario) Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


343. 


6(a) 


751 Woodbine Ave., Toronto — Rakoczi Villa 


May 1,2002 


344. 


6(a) 


747 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto — Rakoczi Villa 


May 1,2002 


345. 


6(a) 


1540 Kipling Avenue, Toronto — Richview Baptist Foundation 


May 1,2002 


346. 


6(b) 


36 Pape Avenue, Toronto — Riverdale Co-operative Houses 


May 1,2002 


347. 


6(b) 


13 Prust Ave., Toronto — Riverdale Co-operative Houses 


May 1,2002 


348. 


6(a) 


1117 Gerrard St. E., Toronto — Riverdale United Non-Profit Homes 


May 1,2002 


349. 


6(b) 


20 Gamett Janes Road, Toronto — Robert Cooke Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


350. 


6(b) 


90 Burrows Hall Blvd., Toronto — Scarborough Heights Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


351. 


6(b) 


64-80 Secord Avenue, Toronto — Secord Avenue Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


352. 


6(a) 


4130 Lawrence Ave. E., Toronto — St. Margaret Community Homes, Scarborough 


May 1,2002 


353. 


6(a) 


176 Cowan Avenue, Toronto — St. John's Polish National Catholic Cathedral Residential Corp. 


May 1,2002 


354. 


6(a) 


14 Gwynne Avenue, Toronto — START 103 Non-Profit Homes Corporation 


May 1, 2002 


355. 


6(a) 


15 Tyndall Avenue, Toronto — START 103 Non-Profit Homes Corporation 


May 1, 2002 


356. 


6(a) 


162 Dowling Avenue, Toronto — START 103 Non-Profit Homes Corporation 


May 1, 2002 


357. 


6(a) 


570 O'Connor Drive, Toronto — Stephenson Senior Link Homes 


May 1,2002 


358. 


6(a) 


656-684 Kingston Road, Toronto — Stephenson Senior Link Homes 


May 1,2002 


359. 


6(a) 


1 1 Coatsworth Crescent, Toronto — Stephenson Senior Link Homes 


May 1,2002 


360. 


6(a) 


93 Lavinia Avenue, Toronto — Swansea Town Hall Residences 


May 1, 2002 


361. 


6(b) 


20 Wade Avenue, Toronto — Tamil Co-operative Homes 


May 1, 2002 


362. 


6(a) 


24 Shaw Street, Toronto — Terra Bella Non-Profit Housing Corporation of Ontario 


May 1,2002 


363. 


6(b) 


88 Mutual Street, Toronto — Terrace Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


364. 


6(a) 


2353 Dufïerin Street, Toronto — The St. Hilda's Towers Lewis Gamsworthy Residence 


May 1, 2002 


365. 


6(a) 


78 Holly Street, Toronto — The St. Margaret's Towers Inc. 


May 1,2002 


366. 


6(a) 


1 Seymour Ave., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


367. 


6(a) 


126 Yarmouth Road, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


368. 


6(a) 


135 Barton Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


369. 


6(a) 


157 Gait Ave., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


370. 


6(a) 


16 Chandos Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


371. 


6(a) 


1 702 Gerrard Street East, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


372. 


6(a) 


19 Normandy Blvd., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


373. 


6(a) 


197, 199, 201 Carlton Street, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


374. 


6(a) 


20 Saulter Street, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


375. 


6(a) 


248 Jones Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 



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376. 


6(a) 


260 Logan Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


377. 


6(a) 


265 Westlake Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


378. 


6(a) 


305 Rhodes Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


379. 


6(a) 


306 Berkeley St., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


380. 


6(a) 


307 Rhodes Ave., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


381. 


6(a) 


37 Boulton Ave., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


382. 


6(a) 


415 Bartlett Ave., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


383. 


6(a) 


48 Rogers Road, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


384. 


6(a) 


498 Pape Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


385. 


6(a) 


499 Lauder Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


386. 


6(a) 


67 Bristol Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


387. 


6(a) 


70 Westwood Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


388. 


6(a) 


8 Westlake Crescent, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


389. 


6(a) 


85 1 Cosbum Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1,2002 


390. 


6(a) 


95 Bumside Drive, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


391. 


6(a) 


223 Ashdale Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


392. 


6(a) 


47 Marjory Ave. / 8 Prospect St. / 316 Shuter St., Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre 
Self-Help Inc. 


May I, 2002 


393. 


6(a) 


436-438 Sherboume Street, Toronto — Toronto Christian Resource Centre Self-Help Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


394. 


6(b) 


138 Bellamy Road North, Toronto — Ujamaa Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May I, 2002 


395. 


6(a) 


695 Coxwell Avenue, Toronto — Tobias House of Toronto — Caring For People 


May I, 2002 


396. 


6(a) 


84 Carlton Street, Toronto — Tobias House of Toronto - Caring For People 


May 1,2002 


397. 


6(a) 


1 Church Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


398. 


6(a) 


102 Tyndall Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


399. 


6(a) 


1022 Saint Clarens Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


400. 


6(c) 


1087 Davenport Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


401. 


6(a) 


1 167 Queen Street East, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


402. 


6(a) 


1 28 Havelock Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


403. 


6(a) 


1 33 Broadway Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


404. 


6(a) 


136 Perth Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


405. 


6(a) 


1 40 The Esplanade, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


406. 


6(a) 


1400 Bathurst Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


407. 


6(c) 


145 Elm Ridge Drive, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


408. 


6(a) 


1466-1468 Bathurst Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


409. 


6(a) 


16 Redwood Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


410. 


6(c) 


165 Elm Ridge Drive, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


411. 


6(c) 


1 76 The Esplanade, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


412. 


6(a) 


1 7A Tiverton Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


413. 


6(a) 


1 90 John Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


414. 


6(a) 


203 Pape Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


415. 


6(a) 


21 Saint Joseph Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


416. 


6(a) 


22 McCauI Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


417. 


6(a) 


22 O'Hara Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


418. 


6(a) 


2390 Gerrard Street East, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


419. 


6(a) 


2401 Yonge Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


420. 


6(a) 


248 Simcoe Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


421. 


6(c) 


25 Bishop Tutu Blvd, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


422. 


6(c) 


25 Elm Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


423. 


6(a) 


254 Maria Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


424. 


6(a) 


26 Dingwall Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


425. 


6(a) 


261 Hastings Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


426. 


6(a) 


261 Jarvis Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


427. 


6(a) 


2745 Yonge Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


428. 


6(a) 


28 Broadway Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


429. 


6(a) 


285-291 Jarvis Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


430. 


6(a) 


29 Louvain Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


431. 


6(a) 


32 Larch Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


432. 


6(a) 


33 Coats worth Cres., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


433. 


6(a) 


357 Westmoreland Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


434. 


6(a) 


40 Trefann Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


435. 


6(a) 


402 Delaware Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 



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436. 


6(c) 


426 Coxwell Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


437. 


6(a) 


433 Runnymede Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


438. 


6(a) 


444 Gladstone Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


439. 


6(a) 


50 Barrington Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


440. 


6(a) 


520 Kingston Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


441. 


6(a) 


52 Jones Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


442. 


6(a) 


53 Grant Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


443. 


6(a) 


530 Kingston Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


444. 


6(c) 


55 The Esplanade, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


445. 


6(a) 


57 Brandon Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


446. 


6(a) 


57 Hillsview Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


447. 


6(a) 


60 Fairford Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


448. 


6(c) 


61 Wales Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


449. 


6(c) 


63 Mitchell Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


450. 


6(a) 


64 Muir Avenue. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


451. 


6(a) 


697 Woodbine Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


452. 


6(a) 


73 Sorauren Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


453. 


6(a) 


75 Northcote Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


454. 


6(a) 


900 & 910 Queen's Plate Drive, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1. 2002 


455. 


6(a) 


909 St. Clair Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


456. 


6(c) 


40 Asquith Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


457. 


6(a) 


790 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


458. 


6(a) 


3036 Bathurst Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


459. 


6(c) 


575 Adelaide Street West, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


460. 


6(c) 


1 54 Vaughan Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


461. 


6(c) 


430 Broadview Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


462. 


6(c) 


Brunswick / Howland, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


463. 


6(a) 


5 Carling Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


464. 


6(a) 


495 Wilson Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


465. 


6(c) 


199-201 Chatham Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


466. 


6(c) 


4020 Dundas Street West, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


467. 


6(c) 


50-126 Empringham Drive, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


468. 


6(a) 


2 Faywood Blvd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


469. 


6(c) 


Frankel / Lambert, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


470. 


6(c) 


470 Melita Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


471. 


6(a) 


384 Mount Pleasant Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


472. 


6(c) 


66 Walpole Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


473. 


6(a) 


98 Cavell Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


474. 


6(a) 


120 Town Haven Place, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


475. 


6(a) 


7 Coatsworth Crescent, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


476. 


6(c) 


10 Humberiine Drive, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


477. 


6(c) 


Huron / Madison, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


478. 


6(a) 


330 Jarvis Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


479. 


6(c) 


7 Jones Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


480. 


6(a) 


3179 Yonge Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


481. 


6(a) 


44 Keele Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


482. 


6(c) 


320 Kingston Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


483. 


6(c) 


2 Lambert Court Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


484. 


6(a) 


72 Clinton Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


485. 


6(a) 


250 Twelfth Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


486. 


6(c) 


145 Mutual Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


487. 


6(c) 


25 Mutual Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


488. 


6(a) 


1315 Neilson Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


489. 


6(c) 


1 1 Newbold Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


490. 


6(c) 


295-299 Ontario Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


491. 


6(a) 


750 Wilson Heights Blvd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


492. 


6(c) 


21-23 Pembroke Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


493. 


6(c) 


40 Queen Victoria Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


494. 


6(c) 


8-10 Vanauley, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


495. 


6(c) 


679 Queens Quay West, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


496. 


6(c) 


436 Leslie Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


497. 


6(a) 


1286 Wilson Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


498. 


6(c) 


2765 Islington Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 



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499. 


6(a) 


20 Sanderling Place, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


500. 


6(c) 


1 5 Scadding Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


501. 


6(a) 


1025 Scarlett Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


502. 


6(a) 


600 Rogers Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


503. 


6(a) 


75 Dowling Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


504. 


6(a) 


1447 King Street West, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


505. 


6(c) 


Aralia, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


506. 


6(c) 


Stephenson 139, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


507. 


6(c) 


1 1 Sullivan, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


508. 


6(a) 


12 Thomcliffe Park Drive, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


509. 


6(a) 


55 Rankin Crescent, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


510. 


6(c) 


30 Demarda Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


511. 


6(a) 


460 Jarvis Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


512. 


6(c) 


3101 Weston Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


513. 


6(a) 


2468 Eglinton Avenue West, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


514. 


6(a) 


175 Keele Street, Toronto — Toronto Refugee Community Non-Profit Homes and Services 


May 1 


2002 


515. 


6(a) 


40 Dorval Road, Toronto — Toronto Refugee Community Non-Profit Homes and Services 


May 1 


2002 


516. 


6(a) 


48 Wanda Road, Toronto — Toronto Refugee Community Non-Profit Homes and Services 


May 1 


2002 


517. 


6(b) 


298 & 300 Queens Drive, Toronto — Upwood Park / Salvador Del Mundo Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


518. 


6(a) 


33 Gabian Way, Toronto — Vila Caspar Corte Real Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


519. 


6(a) 


4062 Old Dundas St. West, Toronto — Villa Otthon 


May I 


2002 


520. 


6(a) 


10-12 Gower Street, Toronto — VincentPaul Family Homes Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


521. 


6(a) 


835 Birchmount Road, Toronto — Walton Place (Scarborough) Inc. 


May I 


2002 


522. 


6(b) 


8 Clappison Blvd., Unit 35, Toronto — West Rouge Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May I 


2002 


523. 


6(a) 


156 Floyd Avenue, Toronto — Westminster Court Senior Citizens Housing Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


524. 


6(a) 


3 1 Lambton Ave. / 8 Keywest Ave. / 557 McRoberts Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1 


2002 


525. 


6(a) 


502-502A Whitmore, 240-242 Torrens, 29 Commonwealth, 9 Ray, 10 McRoberts, Toronto — 
Wigwamen Incorporated 


May I 


2002 


526. 


6(b) 


25 Brucewood Crescent, Toronto — Willmar Eight Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


527. 


6(b) 


38 Thomcliffe Park Dr., Toronto — Willow Glen Co-operative Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


528. 


6(a) 


967 Pharmacy Avenue, Toronto — Wilmar Heights United Church Non-Profit Homes 


May 1 


2002 


529. 


6(b) 


255 Dolly Varden Blvd., #45A, Toronto — Wobum Village Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


530. 


6(a) 


Bloor House (shelter), Toronto — Women in Transition Inc. 


May I 


2002 


531. 


6(a) 


1070 Queen Street East, Toronto — Woodgreen Community Housing Inc. 


May I 


2002 


532. 


6(a) 


137-139 Sears Street, Toronto — Woodgreen Community Housing Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


533. 


6(a) 


41-65, 69 Pape Avenue, Toronto — Woodgreen Community Housing Inc. 


May I 


2002 


534. 


6(a) 


570 Coxwell Avenue, Toronto — Woodgreen Community Housing Inc. 


May I 


2002 


535. 


6(a) 


841 Queen St. E, Toronto — Woodgreen Community Housing Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


536. 


6(a) 


15 Pape Avenue, Toronto — Young Women's Christian Association of Greater Toronto 


May 1 


2002 


537. 


6(a) 


55-57 Humewood Dr., Toronto — Young Women's Christian Association of Greater Toronto 


May 1 


2002 


538. 


6(a) 


Address Confidential (shelter), Toronto — Young Women's Christian Association of Greater 
Toronto 


May 1 


2002 


539. 


6(a) 


280 Gerrard Street E., Toronto — YSM Genesis Place Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


540. 


3 


3400 Weston Road, Toronto — Avena Investments Limited 


May 1 


2002 


541. 


3 


1535 & 1545 Birchmount Rd., Toronto — Birchwell Investments Limited 


May 1 


2002 


542. 


3 


Bradley Court, Toronto — Bradley Court Limited 


May 1 


2002 


543. 


3 


Bradwin Properties, Toronto — Bradwin Properties Limited 


May 1 


2002 


544. 


3 


4979 & 4981 Bathurst Street, Toronto — Brenthall Apartments Limited 


May 1 


2002 


545. 


5 


250 Brenyon Way, Toronto — Brenyon Way Charitable Foundation 


May 1 


2002 


546. 


4 


471 1-4719 Bathurst St. / 191 Yorkview, Toronto — Canadian Legion Toronto Homes 


May 1 


2002 


547. 


4 


4701 Bathurst & 125 Stafford Road, Toronto — Canadian Legion Toronto Homes 


May 1 


2002 


548. 


3 


3101,3111,3121 Eglinton Ave. E., Toronto — Cathlore Holdings Limited 


May 1 


2002 


549. 


3 


4 Treewood Street, Toronto — Cedarwell Investments Limited 


May 1 


2002 


550. 


5 


600 Melita Cres., Toronto — Christie Gardens Apartments and Care Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


551. 


5 


256 Sheldon Ave., Toronto — Church of The Atonement (Alderwood) Senior Citizens Project 


May 1 


2002 


552. 


5 


345 Dufferin Street, Toronto — Churchstation Charitable Foundation 


May 1 


2002 


553. 


5 


30 Humberline Drive, Toronto — Compass Charitable Foundation 


May 1 


2002 


554. 


5 


20 Humberline Drive, Toronto — Compass Charitable Foundation 


May 1 


2002 


555. 


4 


1 Overland Dr., Toronto — Don Mills Foundation For Senior Citizens, Inc. 


May I 


2002 


556. 


4 


1 140 Bloor St. W., Toronto — Dovercourt Baptist Foundation 


May I 


2002 


557. 


5 


1 140 Bloor St. W., Toronto — Dovercourt Baptist Foundation 


May I 


2002 



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393 



558. 


3 


290 Momingside Avenue, Toronto — Edelstein Apartments Limited 


May 1 


2002 


559. 


3 


945 Midland Avenue, Toronto — Eimwell Investments Limited 


May I 


2002 


560. 


5 


40 Old Kingston Rd., Toronto — Estonian Relief Committee In Canada 


May 1 


2002 


561. 


7 


1 18 Dorset Rd., Toronto — Gabriel Dumont Non-Profit Homes (Metro Toronto) Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


562. 


8 


1 14a-4201 Kingston Rd., Toronto — Gabriel Dumont Non-Profit Homes (Metro Toronto) Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


563. 


5 


100 Unity Rd., Toronto — Heathercross Charitable Foundation 


May 1 


2002 


564. 


5 


3050 Dufferin St.. Toronto — Italian Canadian Benevolent Seniors Apartment Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


565. 


3 


200 Chalkfarm Drive, Toronto — Jane Wilson Towers Limited 


May 1 


2002 


566. 


3 


180 Chalkfarm Drive, Toronto — Jane Wilson Towers Limited 


May 1 


2002 


567. 


3 


160 Chalkfarm Drive, Toronto — Jane Wilson Towers Limited 


May 1 


2002 


568. 


5 


33 Hahn PI, Toronto — Les Centres D'accueil Heritage 


May 1 


2002 


569. 


3 


2737 Kipling Avenue, Toronto — Liberator Developments Limited 


May 1 


2002 


570. 


5 


6091 Bathurst St., Toronto — Mutually Assisting Residential Community of Greater Toronto 


May 1 


2002 


571. 


8 


14 Vaughan Rd., Toronto — Na-Ma-Res. (Native Men's Residence) 


May 1 


2002 


572. 


5 


3270 Bathurst St., Toronto — National Council of Jewish Women of Canada, Toronto Section 
Foundation 


May 1 


2002 


573. 


5 


3561 Eglinton Ave W., Toronto — New Spadina Garment Industry Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


574. 


7 


14 Appleton Ave., Toronto — Nishnawbe Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


575. 


7 


2 1 Lount Street, Toronto — Nishnawbe Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


576. 


7 


304 Pape Ave., Toronto — Nishnawbe Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


577. 


7 


185 Campbell Ave., Toronto — Nishnawbe Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


578. 


7 


473 Main St., Toronto — Nishnawbe Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


579. 


7 


186 Marion St., Toronto — Nishnawbe Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


580. 


7 


577 Clendenan Ave., Toronto — Nishnawbe Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


581. 


7 


89 1/2 Brooklyn Ave., Toronto — Nishnawbe Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


582. 


7 


670 Dufferin St., Toronto — Nishnawbe Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


583. 


7 


1 729 Dundas St. W., Toronto — Nishnawbe Homes Inc. 


May I 


2002 


584. 


5 


5 1 Dawes Road, Toronto — Operation Springboard 


May 1 


2002 


585. 


4 


1 7 1 Dunn Ave., Toronto — Parkdale United Church Foundation Incorporated 


May I 


2002 


586. 


4 


2314 Islington Ave., Toronto — Rexdale Presbyterian Senior Citizens Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


587. 


5 


105 Clement Rd., Toronto — Rich view Baptist Foundation 


May I 


2002 


588. 


5 


25 Thunder Grove, Toronto — Ridgeford Charitable Foundation 


May I 


2002 


589. 


3 


2405 Finch Ave. W., Toronto — Rosvin Investments Limited 


May I 


2002 


590. 


5 


225 Scarborough Golf Club Rd.. Toronto — Scarborough Village Non-Profit Homes Corporation 


May I 


2002 


591. 


4 


125 Bonis Avenue, Toronto — Shepherd Village Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


592. 


5 


497 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto — Sionito Community Development Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


593. 


4 


661 Dufferin Street, Toronto — LOFT Community Services 


May 1 


2002 


594. 


4 


1290 Danforth Rd., Toronto — St. David's Village Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


595. 


5 


123 La Rose Ave., Toronto — St. Demetrius (Ukrainian Catholic) Development Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


596. 


4 


2339 Dufferin Street, Toronto — St. Hilda's Towers, Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


597. 


5 


2353 Dufferin Street, Toronto — St. Hilda's Towers, Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


598. 


5 


4 1 9 Jones Ave., Toronto — St. Leonard's Society of Metropolitan Toronto 


May I 


2002 


599. 


5 


707 St. Clair Ave W., Toronto — St. Matthew's Bracondale House 


May 1 


2002 


600. 


5 


221 Milner Ave., Toronto — Sts. Peter And Paul Parish (Scarborough) Credit Union Limited 


May 1 


2002 


601. 


4 


850 O'Connor Drive, Toronto — The Canadian Macedonian Senior Citizens Centre Association 


May 1 


2002 


602. 


4 


215 Wellesley St. E., Toronto — The Elizabeth Fry Society, Toronto Branch 


May 1 


2002 


603. 


4 


55 Ameer Avenue, Toronto — The Jewish Home for the Aged (Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care 


May 1 


2002 


604. 


4 


55 Belmont Street, Toronto — The Toronto Aged Men's & Women's Homes 


May 1 


2002 


605. 


4 


2395 Bayview Ave., Toronto — The Ontario Mission of the Deaf 


May 1 


2002 


606. 


5 


18 Thomcliffe Park Drive, Toronto — Thomcliffe Chapel Housing Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


607. 


3 


3210 Lawrence Ave. E., Toronto — Toluca Enterprises Limited 


May 1 


2002 


608. 


4 


1 Sawden Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


609. 


4 


10 Kerr Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


610. 


4 


10 Rhodes Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


611. 


4 


1009a St. Clarens Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


612. 


4 


101 Morse St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


613. 


4 


102 Blackthorn Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


614. 


4 


102 Walpole Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


615. 


4 


103 Frizzell Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 



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616. 


4 


109 Merrill Ave. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


617. 


4 


1 1 Edgewood Gr., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


618. 


4 


1 10 Main St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


619. 


4 


1 10 Pickering St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


620. 


4 


1 1 1 Bastedo Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


621. 


4 


1 1 1 Campbell Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


622. 


4 


1 12 Gait Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


623. 


4 


1 132 Dovercourt Road, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


624. 


4 


1 14 Booth Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


625. 


4 


1 14 Ivy Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


626. 


4 


1 15 Bristol Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


627. 


4 


1 15 Hiltz Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


628. 


4 


1 15 Jones Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


629. 


4 


1 16 Pickering St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


630. 


4 


1 1 7 Seaton St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


631. 


4 


1 18 Heward Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


632. 


4 


1 1 8 Paton Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


633. 


4 


1 19 Jones Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


634. 


4 


1 2 Bellhaven Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


635. 


4 


1 2 Kingsmount Park Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


636. 


4 


12 Mitchell Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


637. 


4 


1 2 Rhodes Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


638. 


4 


12 Wildwood Cres., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


639. 


4 


1208 Davenport Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


640. 


4 


1 2 1 Paton Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


641. 


4 


121 Rockwell Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


642. 


4 


1228 Gerrard St. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


643. 


4 


1 23 Heward Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


644. 


4 


124 Benson Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


645. 


4 


124 Kingston Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


646. 


4 


124-126 Morse St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


647. 


4 


125 Cambridge Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


648. 


4 


125 Hazelwood Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


649. 


4 


126 Bastedo Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


650. 


4 


126 Eastwood Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


651. 


4 


128'/2 Morse St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


652. 


4 


129 Ashdale Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


653. 


4 


129 Bristol Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


654. 


4 


13 Carroll St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


655. 


4 


13 Trefann St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


656. 


4 


1 3 1 Bastedo Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


657. 


4 


1318 Gerrard St. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


658. 


4 


131a Golfview Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


659. 


4 


1 32 Rockwell Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


660. 


4 


133 Bastedo Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


661. 


4 


1 35 West Lodge Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


662. 


4 


1 3a Auburn Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


663. 


4 


14 Cherry Nook Gardens, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


664. 


4 


14 Marjory Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


665. 


4 


1449 Dundas St. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


666. 


4 


147 Boultbee Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


667. 


4 


149 Heward Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


668. 


4 


15 Bellhaven Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


669. 


4 


15 Hastings Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


670. ■ 


4 


15 Milverton Blvd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


671. 


4 


1 50 Degrassi St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


672. 


4 


1539 Dundas St. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


673. 


4 


1544 Dundas St. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 



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395 



674. 


4 


157 First Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


675. 


4 


157 Glenmount Park Rd.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


676. 


4 


157 Greenwood Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


677. 


4 


1 595 Dundas St. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


678. 


4 


16 Saunders Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


679. 


4 


16 Walpole Ave.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


680. 


4 


161 Carlaw Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


681. 


4 


161 Wildwood Cres.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


682. 


4 


162 Langley Ave.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


683. 


4 


1649 Gerrard St. E.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


684. 


4 


165 Jones Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


685. 


4 


168 Woodfield Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


686. 


4 


1683 Gerrard St. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


687. 


4 


174 Yarmouth Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


688. 


4 


1 756 Dundas St. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


689. 


4 


1 76 Eastwood Rd.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


690. 


4 


1 786 Gerrard St. E.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


691. 


4 


1 80 Curzon St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


692. 


4 


1 82 Willow Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


693. 


4 


185 Gillard Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


694. 


4 


185 Logan Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


695. 


4 


1850 Gerrard St. E.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


696. 


4 


19 Carling Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


697. 


4 


19 Danrell Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


698. 


4 


1 9 Geneva St.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


699. 


4 


19 Kingsmount Park Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


700. 


4 


1 9 Richard Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


701. 


4 


191 Perth Avenue, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


702. 


4 


193 Jones Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


703. 


4 


194 Leslie Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


704. 


4 


1 94 Prescott Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


705. 


4 


197 Coxwell Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


706. 


4 


198 Mavety St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


707. 


4 


199 Woodfield Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


708. 


4 


2 Lindsey Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


709. 


4 


20 Aldergrove Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


710. 


4 


20 Hemlock Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


711. 


4 


2001 Gerrard St. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


712. 


4 


206 Parkmount Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


713. 


4 


207 Rhodes Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


714. 


4 


208 Oakcrest Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


715. 


4 


21 Connaught Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


716. 


4 


22 Murdock Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


717. 


4 


22 Warden Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


718. 


4 


23 Brighton Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


719. 


4 


23 Howland Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


720. 


4 


23 1 Booth Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


721. 


4 


234 Munro St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


722. 


4 


24 Harcourt Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


723. 


4 


24 Saulter St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


724. 


4 


245 Milverton Blvd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


725. 


4 


249 Craven Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


726. 


4 


25 Barrington Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


727. 


4 


25 Britannia Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


728. 


4 


25 Prust Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


729. 


4 


25 Woodmount Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


730. 


4 


254 Prescott Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I, 2002 


731. 


4 


255 Milverton Blvd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 



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732. 


4 


257 Booth Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


733. 


4 


259 Boston Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


734. 


4 


259 Hastings Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


735. 


4 


260 & 262 Rhodes Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


736. 


4 


262 Old Weston Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


737. 


4 


272 Logan Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


738. 


4 


28 Lamb Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


739. 


4 


280 Delaware Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


740. 


4 


281 Greenwood Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


741. 


4 


285 Booth Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


742. 


4 


286 Bain Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


743. 


4 


289 Booth Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


744. 


4 


289 Wallace Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


745. 


4 


29 Aldridge Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


746. 


4 


29 & 31 Noble St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


747. 


4 


297 Willow Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


748. 


4 


2a Lindsey Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


,2002 


749. 


4 


30 Harvie Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


750. 


4 


306 Logan Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


751. 


4 


309 Indian Road Cres., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


752. 


4 


3 1 Aldridge Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


753. 


4 


3 1 Empire Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


754. 


4 


319 Jones Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


755. 


4 


32 Tiverton Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


756. 


4 


32 Walpole St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


,2002 


757. 


4 


32'/2 St. Clair Gardens, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


758. 


4 


32 1 Jones Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


759. 


4 


3225 Dundas St. W., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


760. 


4 


32-34 Mallon Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


761. 


4 


33 1 Bain Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


762. 


4 


337a Concord Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


763. 


4 


34 Fern Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


764. 


4 


35 Pickering St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


765. 


4 


350 Riverdale Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


766. 


4 


354 Woodfield Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


767. 


4 


36 Moberly Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


768. 


4 


362 Coxwell & 62 Fairford Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


769. 


4 


362 Woodfield Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


770. 


4 


37 Queen Victoria Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


771. 


4 


376 Ontario Street, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


772. 


4 


38 Ashdale Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


773. 


4 


39 Kerr Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


774. 


4 


393 & 395 Kingston Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


775. 


4 


396 Ashdale Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


776. 


4 


4 Woodlee Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


777. 


4 


40 Fielding Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


778. 


4 


40 Morton Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


779. 


4 


40 Rhodes Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


780. 


4 


41 Hamilton Ave.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


781. 


4 


42 Corley Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


782. 


4 


42 Geneva Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


783. 


4 


422 Jones Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


784. 


4 


429 Pape Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


785. 


4 


43 Devon Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


786. 


4 


43 Poucher St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


787. 


4 


44 Jerome Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 


788. 


4 


45 Roseheath Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


789. 


4 


47 Empire Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May I 


2002 



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397 



790. 


4 


48 Warden St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


791. 


4 


49 Fermanagh Ave.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


792. 


4 


5 Battenburg Ave.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


793. 


4 


50 & 52 Warden St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


794. 


4 


50 Aldergrove Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


795. 


4 


5 1 Oakcrest Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


796. 


4 


51 Tiverton Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


797. 


4 


5 1 3 Quebec Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


798. 


4 


524 Quebec Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


799. 


4 


539 Jones Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


800. 


4 


54 Aldergrove Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


801. 


4 


54 West Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


802. 


4 


56 Hastings Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


803. 


4 


570 Woodbine Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


804. 


4 


58 Dingwall Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


805. 


4 


585 Clendenan Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


806. 


4 


6 Archer St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


807. 


4 


6 Hugo Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


808. 


4 


6 Shipman St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


809. 


4 


61 Mulock Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


810. 


4 


6-10 Ellerbeck Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


811. 


4 


62 Billings Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


812. 


4 


62 Kingston Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


813. 


4 


624 Coxwell Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


814. 


4 


626 Coxwell Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


815. 


4 


63 Swanwick Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


816. 


4 


65 Dagmar Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


817. 


4 


66 Fuller Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


818. 


4 


66 Jones Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


819. 


4 


669'/2 Gerrard St. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


820. 


4 


67 Maughan Cres., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


821. 


4 


68 McRoberts Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


822. 


4 


684 Milverton Blvd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


823. 


4 


69 & 71 Laing St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


824. 


4 


7 Connaught Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


825. 


4 


70 Dingwall Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


826. 


4 


71 Nairn Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


827. 


4 


73 Seymour Ave.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


828. 


4 


75 & 77 Knox Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


829. 


4 


76 Wembley Dr., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


830. 


4 


77 Nairn Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


831. 


4 


78 & 82 Eastwood Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


832. 


4 


79 Boultbee Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


833 


4 


79 Mulock Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


834. 


4 


796 Woodbine Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


835. 


4 


81 Degrassi St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


836. 


4 


81 Jones Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


837. 


4 


81 Oakcrest Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


838. 


4 


8272 Frizzell Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


839. 


4 


83 Newmarket Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


840. 


4 


85 & 85a Brooklyn Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


841. 


4 


881 Gerrard St. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


842. 


4 


896 Eastern Ave.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


843. 


4 


899 Gerrard St. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


844. 


4 


9 Kingston Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


845. 


4 


90 Chatham Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


846. 


4 


907 Manning Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


847. 


4 


9 1 Knox Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 



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848. 


4 


93 Empire Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


849. 


4 


93 Kent Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


850. 


4 


94 Coady Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


851. 


4 


95 Pickering St.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


852. 


4 


96 Coady Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


853. 


4 


97 Hiltz Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


854. 


4 


195 Logan Ave.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


855. 


4 


49 Mabelle Ave.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


856. 


4 


1 1 1 Stephenson Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


857. 


4 


188 Sherboume St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


858. 


4 


Confidential 234-236 Carlton St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


859. 


4 


257 Dundas St. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


860. 


4 


3 Laxton Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


861. 


4 


33 1-333 Kingston Rd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


862. 


4 


42 Hubbard Blvd., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


863. 


4 


9-1 1 Balsam Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


864. 


4 


98 Elmer Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


865. 


4 


2 Antler St., 269-279 Campbell, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


866. 


4 


39 Harcourt, 60-1 14 Cavell, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


867. 


4 


25 Henry Lane Terrace, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


868. 


4 


341 Bloor St. W., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


869. 


4 


330 Gerrard St. E., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


870. 


4 


9-23a Gwynne Ave., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


871. 


4 


300 Dufferin St., 15a Gwynne St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


872. 


4 


379 Dundas / Beverley / D'arcy, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


873. 


4 


25 1 -285 Sherboume, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


874. 


4 


70 Dunfield Ave., 69 Holly St., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1, 2002 


875. 


4 


6-28 Henry St. Plus Various, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


876. 


4 


200 Sherboume. 29-35 Pembroke, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


877. 


4 


1 1 Vi Aberdeen Ave., etc., Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


878. 


4 


38 Prospect St.. etc.. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


879. 


4 


1884 Davenport Rd., Scattered. Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


880. 


4 


Queen & Sackville, Toronto — Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1,2002 


881. 


5 


1700 Bloor St. W., Toronto — Toronto Lithuanian Senior Citizens Inc. 


May 1,2002 


882. 


4 


1 62 Madison Ave., Toronto — Transition House Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


883. 


4 


337 Shuter St., Toronto — Trefan Homes Corporation 


May 1,2002 


884. 


5 


4266 Bathurst St., Toronto — Upper Canada Lodge B'Nai B'Rith Senior Citizens Foundation 


May 1,2002 


885. 


5 


1279-99 Dundas St. W., Toronto — Villa Luso Non-Profit Housing Corp. 


May 1,2002 


886. 


5 


1 10 Unity Rd., Toronto — Widworthy Charitable Foundation 


May 1,2002 


887. 


4 


107 Boon Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


888. 


4 


1 1 & 15 Charlemagne Dr., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


889. 


4 


1 14 Woodfleld Rd., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


890. 


4 


12 Roseheath Ave.. Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


891. 


4 


130 Rockwell Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


892. 


4 


133 Wildwood Cres., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


893. 


4 


134 Alton Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


894. 


4 


134 Rhodes Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


895. 


4 


138 Withrow Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


896. 


4 


139 Pickering St., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


897. 


4 


14 Clouston Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


898. 


4 


14 Roseheath Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


899. 


4 


152 Glebemount Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


900. 


4 


1 542 Dundas St. E., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


901. 


4 


1567 Dundas St. E., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


902. 


4 


16 Grimthorpe Rd., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


903. 


4 


160-162 Kenwood Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


904. 


4 


1607 Dundas St. E., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


905. 


4 


18 Cassels Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 



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399 



906. 


4 


1885 Davenport Rd., Toronto — Wigwamen Incoqjorated 


May 1.2002 


907. 


4 


1 89 Cowan Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May I, 2002 


908. 


4 


192 Silverthom Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


909. 


4 


20 Hollis St., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


910. 


4 


212 Gamble Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


911. 


4 


219 Browning Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


912. 


4 


222 Blackthorn Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


913. 


4 


226 Bain Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


914. 


4 


227 Bicknell Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


915. 


4 


227a Bicknell Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


916. 


4 


23 Foxwell Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


917. 


4 


2-4-6 Rudierford Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


918. 


4 


247 1/2 Ashdale Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


919. 


4 


25 Paton Rd., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


920. 


4 


255 Arlington Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


921. 


4 


269 Silverthom Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


922. 


4 


277 Silverthom Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


923. 


4 


28 Athletic Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


924. 


4 


289 Caledonia Rd., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


925. 


4 


2a Rushbrook Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


926. 


4 


301 & 303 Vaughan Rd., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


927. 


4 


32 Felstead Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


928. 


4 


32-34 Devon Rd., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


929. 


4 


328 Bain Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


930. 


4 


34 Bastedo Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


931. 


4 


34 Norton Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


932. 


4 


362 Caledonia Rd., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


933. 


4 


367 Coxwell Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1. 2002 


934. 


4 


37 Bartonville Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


935. 


4 


387 Ashdale Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


936. 


4 


40 1^1 Grey Rd., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


937. 


4 


41 Bastedo Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


938. 


4 


422 Annette Street, Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May I, 2002 


939. 


4 


43 Myrtle Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


940. 


4 


433 Rhodes Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


941. 


4 


45 Ruskin Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


942. 


4 


46 & 46a Dynevor Rd., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


943. 


4 


47 Hemlock Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


944. 


4 


47 Rosethom Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


945. 


4 


483 Main St., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


946. 


4 


49 Condor Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


947. 


4 


5 Howick Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


948. 


4 


5 Murdock Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


949. 


4 


504 Jane St., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


950. 


4 


5 1 Barrington Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


951. 


4 


53-55 Marion St., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


952. 


4 


565 Beresford Rd., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May I, 2002 


953. 


4 


57 Bastedo Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


954. 


4 


57 Darrell Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


955. 


4 


587 Lauder Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


956. 


4 


6 Rockwell Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


957. 


4 


63 Frizzell Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


958. 


4 


65 Hannaford St., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1.2002 


959. 


4 


670 Sammon Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1. 2002 


960. 


4 


695-697 Annette St., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


961. 


4 


706 Weston Road, Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


962. 


4 


70-72 Gainsborough Rd., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


963. 


4 


710 Weston Road, Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 



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964. 


4 


713 & 713a Annette St., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


965. 


4 


75 & 75a Dixon Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


966. 


4 


76 Oakcrest Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


967. 


4 


8 Athletic Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


968. 


4 


800 Jane St., 306 Arlington Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


969. 


4 


82 Hiltz Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


970. 


4 


84 Moberley St., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


971. 


4 


85 Hillingdon Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


972. 


4 


87 Rockwell Ave.. Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


973. 


4 


91 Silverthom Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


974. 


4 


920 Dundas St. E., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


975. 


4 


922 Dundas St. E., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


976. 


4 


93 Hiltz Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


977. 


4 


94 Shudell Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


978. 


4 


95 Kent Rd., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


979. 


4 


95 Rosethom Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


980. 


4 


98 Hiltz Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


981. 


4 


12-14 Spadina Road, Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


982. 


7 


804 Jane St., 7 White Ave., Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


983. 


7 


9 Scattered - 3 Locations (0161 19398), Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


984. 


7 


9 Scattered - 3 Locations (0 1 8 1 583 1 1 ), Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


985. 


7 


8 Scattered - 4 Locations (0 1 8 1 5874 1 ), Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1, 2002 


986. 


7 


9 Scattered - 5 Locations (018161 976), Toronto — Wigwamen Incorporated 


May 1,2002 


987. 


4 


444 Logan Ave., Toronto — Woodgreen Settlement Corporation 


May 1, 2002 


988. 


5 


877 Yonge Street, Toronto — Yonge Rosedale Charitable Foundation 


May 1,2002 


989. 


4 


1435 Bathurst Street, Toronto — Zerin Development Corporation 


May 1,2002 


990. 


6(a) 


319 Dundas Street East, Toronto — All Saints Church Homes for Tomorrow Society 


May 1.2002 


991. 


6(a) 


70 Pembroke Street, Toronto — All Saints Church Homes for Tomorrow Society 


May 1, 2002 


992. 


6(b) 


5, 15 & 25 Forty-Third Street, Toronto — Forty-Third Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1,2002 


993. 


6(a) 


2015 Lawrence Ave. East, Toronto — Grace Communities Corporation-Communautés Grace Corp. 


May 1,2002 


994. 


6(a) 


3010 Lawrence Avenue East, Toronto — Jack Goodlad Senior Citizen Residences Corporation 


May 1,2002 


995. 


6(b) 


525 Lawrence Avenue West, Toronto — Moshav Noam Non-Profit Co-operative Housing 
Corporation 


May 1,2002 



2. (1) Item 73 of Schedule 2 to the Regulation is revoked. 

(2) Schedule 2 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



84. 


6(a) 


23 1 Bloor Street West, Oshawa — Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) Corporation 


April 1,2002 


85. 


6(b) 


20 Harmony Road North, Oshawa — Harmony-King Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1,2002 


86. 


6(b) 


400 Kingston Road, Pickering — Rougemount Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1,2002 



3. (1) Items 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 and 32 of 
Schedule 4 to the Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted: 



23. 


6(a) 


2299 Bray's Lane, Oakville — Halton Community Housing Corporation 


March 1,2002 


24. 


6(a) 


1529, 1537 Sixth Line & 16 Upper Middle Rd., Oakville — Halton Community Housing Corporation 


March 1, 2002 


25. 


6(a) 


1 150 Dorval Drive, Oakville — Halton Community Housing Corporation 


March 1,2002 


26. 


6(a) 


1220 Glen Valley Road, Oakville — Halton Community Housing Corporation 


March 1,2002 


27. 


6(a) 


2250 Golden Briar Trail, Oakville — Halton Community Housing Corporation 


March 1,2002 


28. 


6(a) 


1300 Maple Crossing Boulevard, Burlington — Halton Community Housing Corporation 


March 1,2002 


29. 


6(a) 


2301 Sheridan Garden Drive, Oakville — Halton Community Housing Corporation 


March 1,2002 


30. 


6(a) 


2300 Walkers Line, Buriington — Halton Community Housing Corporation 


March 1,2002 


31. 


6(a) 


513-515 Walkers Line & 4105 Longmoor Drive, Burlington — Halton Community Housing 
Corporation 


March 1,2002 


32. 


6(a) 


410 John Street, Burlington — Halton Community Housing Corporation 


March 1,2002 



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401 



(2) Schedule 4 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



52. 


6(a) 


Rotary Square, 154 Bronte St. South. Milton — Milton Community Homes Inc. 


June 1.2002 


53. 


6(a) 


1 1 1 Prince Charles Drive. Oakville — Chartwell Baptist Community Homes Inc. 


June 1.2002 



4. (1) Item 82 of Schedule S to the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "6 (a)" and substituting "6 (c)" under the col- 
umn heading "Program Category Number". 

(2) Schedule S to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



186. 


6(a) 


Kiwanis - East Ave. N. (Hampton Court). Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 


April 1,2002 


187. 


6(a) 


Hayden Ave., Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


188. 


6(a) 


Highgate Mills, Stoney Creek — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


189. 


6(a) 


Sanford, Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


190. 


6(a) 


Woodview - K Rymal Rd. E., Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


191. 


6(a) 


Rymal Annex - Wave 1, Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


192. 


6(a) 


Oakdale Estates. Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


193. 


6(a) 


Princess Estates, Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


194. 


6(a) 


23 and 45 Francis Street, 36 Clarke St., — 12 Unit, Scattered, Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis 
Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


195. 


6(a) 


7 Chesnut Street, 293 Roxborough Avenue, 38 Edward Street, 244 Rosslyn Avenue North — 4 Units, 
Scattered. Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


196. 


6(a) 


1 10 Essling Ave. — Wentwal Estates. Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


197. 


5 


10 Scattered Units (012434098-001). Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


198. 


5 


29 Scattered Units (01 1536208-001). Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


199. 


5 


31 Scattered Units (01 1536125-001), Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


200. 


5 


42 Scattered Units (014397756-000), Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


201. 


5 


51 Scattered Units (012434072-000), Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


202. 


5 


549 Barton St. East (012433991-000). Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


203. 


5 


6 Scattered Units (01 1536208-004), Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


204. 


5 


9 Scattered Units (01 1536125-002). Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


205. 


5 


9 Scattered Units (012434098-002), Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


206. 


5 


9 Scattered Units (012434098-003), Hamilton — Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 



S. Schedule 6 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



43. 


6(b) 


25 Bamaby Drive, St. Catharines — Arbour Village Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


44. 


6(b) 


88 Vintage Crescent, St. Catharines — Arbour Village Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


45. 


6(b) 


757 Nancy Road, Fort Erie — Border Towne Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


46. 


6(a) 


171 Mill Street. Smithville — Branch 393, Royal Canadian Legion Senior Citizens Complex 


April 1, 2002 


47. 


6(b) 


575 Southworth St., Welland — Briar Rose Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


48. 


6(b) 


8175 Mcleod Road, Niagara Falls — Brookside Village Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


49. 


6(a) 


21 St. Helena Street, St. Catharines — Calvary Seniors Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 


50. 


6(a) 


705 Welland Avenue, St, Catharines — Central Gospel Community Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


51. 


6(a) 


5540 Drummond Road, Niagara Falls — City of Niagara Falls Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


52. 


6(c) 


6147 Prospect St., Niagara Falls — City of Niagara Falls Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


53. 


6(a) 


8055 McLeod Road, Niagara Falls — City of Niagara Falls Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


54. 


6(a) 


8065 McLeod Road, Niagara Falls — City of Niagara Falls Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


55. 


6(b) 


15 Richardson Court, St. Catharines — Commonwealth Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


56. 


6(b) 


52 Promenade Richelieu, Welland — Cooperative d'Habitation Beauparlant Inc. 


April 1,2002 


57. 


6(b) 


1 Esme Lane, Crystal Beach — Crystal Beach Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


58. 


6(b) 


1 15 Smit Cove, Smithville — Dove Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


59. 


6(a) 


3 1 Agar Drive, St. Catharines — Faith Lutheran Social Services (St. Catharines) 


April 1, 2002 


60. 


6(b) 


61 Francis Creek Boulevard, St. Catharines — Greenvale Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


61. 


6(a) 


321 Carlton Street, St. Catharines — La Residence des Aines Canadiens Français St. Catharines Inc. 


April 1, 2002 



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62. 


6(a) 


3900 Dorchester Rd., Niagara Falls — Lutheran Homes Niagara 


April 1,2002 


63. 


6(b) 


14 Wilholme Drive, St. Catharines — Meadowgreen Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


64. 


6(b) 


23 1 Denistoun St., Welland — Mel Swart Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


65. 


6(b) 


82 Roehampton Road, St. Catharines — Moonstone Co-operative Homes 


April 1,2002 


66. 


6(a) 


413 Linwell Avenue, St. Catharines — Niagara Ina Grafton Gage Home of the United Church 


April 1,2002 


67. 


6(b) 


366 Thorold Road, Welland — Northtown Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


68. 


6(a) 


4 Greenmeadow Court, St. Catharines — Paderewski Society Home (Niagara) 


April 1, 2002 


69. 


6(b) 


1 Saturn Crescent, Port Colbome — Port Colbome Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


70. 


6(b) 


2 Lighthouse Road, St. Catharines — Regatta Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


71. 


6(a) 


448 Louth Street, St. Catharines — Ridley Terrace Non-Profit Homes Inc 


April 1,2002 


72. 


6(b) 


7887 Thorold Stone Road, Niagara Falls — Shriner's Creek Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


73. 


6(b) 


7645 Preakness St., Niagara Falls — Skyline Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


74. 


6(a) 


372, 376, 380 & 384 Wellington St., Port Colbome — South Niagara Gateway Family Homes 


April 1,2002 


75. 


6(a) 


340 Wellington Street, Port Colbome — South Niagara Gateway Family Homes 


April 1,2002 


76. 


6(a) 


32 1 Geneva Street, St. Catharines — St. Catharines Senior Citizens Residence Inc. 


April 1,2002 


77. 


6(b) 


250 Prince Charles Dr., Welland — St. Charles Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


78. 


6(a) 


Bethlehem Project - Ph. I (shelter), St. Catharines — The Bethlehem Not-for-Profit Housing Projects 
of Niagara 


April 1, 2002 


79. 


6(a) 


Bethlehem Project - Ph. II (shelter), St. Catharines — The Bethlehem Not-for-Profit Housing Projects 
of Niagara 


April 1, 2002 


80. 


6(a) 


6945 Ailanthus Avenue, Niagara Falls — The Niagara Falls Y.W.C.A. Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


81. 


6(a) 


Bartlett Street, Thorold — Thorold Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


82. 


6(a) 


Bolton Street, Thorold — Thorold Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


83. 


6(a) 


61 Ormond Street, Thorold — Thorold Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 


84. 


6(c) 


65-1 19 Romy Crescent, Thorold — Thorold Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


85. 


6(b) 


10 Welstead Ave., St. Catharines — Village Glen Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


86. 


6(b) 


4399 Concord Street, Beamsville — Vineyard Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


87. 


6(b) 


4369-4376 Arejay Avenue, Beamsville — Vineyard Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


88. 


6(b) 


35 Christopher Street, St. Catharines — Watermark Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


89. 


6(b) 


6550-6600 Kalar Road, Niagara Falls — Westwood Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


90. 


6(b) 


855 Ontario Road, Welland — Woodrose Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


91. 


4 


600 Lake Street (004167243), St. Catharines — Benevolent Society Heidehof for the Care of the 
Aged 


April 1,2002 


92. 


4 


600 Lake Street (004 1 734 1 5), St. Catharines — Benevolent Society Heidehof for the Care of the 
Aged 


April 1,2002 


93. 


5 


161 Mill St., Smithville — Branch 393, Royal Canadian Legion Senior Citizens Complex 


April 1, 2002 


94. 


4 


2 White Street, St. Catharines — Christian Senior Citizen Homes Society of St. Catharines 


April 1, 2002 


95. 


5 


99A Scott St., St. Catharines — Christian Senior Citizen Homes Society of St. Catharines 


April 1,2002 


96. 


5 


5035 Mountain Street, Beamsville — Edelheim Apartments Inc. 


April 1,2002 


97. 


5 


65 Russell Ave., St. Catharines — Fairview Senior Citizens Association 


April 1,2002 


98. 


5 


303 Elgin St., Port Colbome — Gilead Manor 


April I, 2002 


99. 


5 


671 Niagara St., St. Catharines — Grace-Linwell Retirement Community Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


100. 


5 


5800 Dixon St., Niagara Falls — La Residence "Joie de Vivre" Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


101. 


5 


128 Russell Avenue, St. Catharines — Luther Manor St. Catharines Inc. 


April 1,2002 


102. 


5 


413 Linwell Rd., St. Catharines — Niagara Ina Grafton Gage Home of The United Church 


April I, 2002 


103. 


7 


70, 76 Newport St., 13 Elmwood Ave., 55 Pine St. North., St. Catharines — Oonuhseh-Niagara 
Native Homes Incorporated 


April 1, 2002 


104. 


7 


37 Berryman Ave., 35 Oakdale Ave., 44 1/2 Division St., St. Catharines — Oonuhseh-Niagara Nafive 
Homes Incorporated 


April 1, 2002 


105. 


7 


35 Page St. W., 12 Manning St. S., 10 Ball St., 33 Division St., 4 Disher St., St. Catharines — 
Oonuhseh-Niagara Native Homes Incorporated 


April 1,2002 


106. 


7 


60 Ormond St., Thorold, 4 Colbey St. S., St. Catharines, 255 Carlton St., St. Catharines, Thorold, St. 
Catharines — Oonuhseh-Niagara Native Homes Incorporated 


April 1,2002 


107. 


7 


1 7 Rodman St., 1 1 Richmond St., 32 Liberia St., St. Catharines — Oonuhseh-Niagara Native Homes 
Incorporated 


April 1,2002 


108. 


7 


288 Welland Ave., 142, 144 Eastchester Ave., 105 Grass Ave., 34 Blair Cres., St. Catharines — 
Oonuhseh-Niagara Native Homes Incorporated 


April 1, 2002 


109. 


7 


19 Marquis St., 61 Taylor St., 49 Mildred Ave., 73 Plymouth Ave., 7 Balsam St., St. Catharines — 
Oonuhseh-Niagara Native Homes Incorporated 


April 1,2002 


110. 


7 


1 50 Pedham Rd., 36 Durham St., St. Catharines — Oonuhseh-Niagara Native Homes Incorporated 


April I, 2002 


111. 


7 


124 Clara Street, Thorold — Oonuhseh-Niagara Native Homes Incorporated 


April 1, 2002 


112. 


4 


101-230 Elden Street, Virgil — Pleasant Manor Retirement Village 


April 1,2002 



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403 



113. 


4 


391 1 Rebstock Road, Crystal Beach — R.C.B.K. Incorporated 


April 1,2002 


114. 


5 


3801 Farr Ave., Ridgeway — Ridgeway Lions Senior Citizens Complex Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


115. 


5 


7729 Jubilee Dr., 61 75 Arad St., 6072, 6120 Cadham St., 61 12 SIcinner St., 5783 Robinson St., 4830, 
8323 Lamont Ave., 4414 4th Ave., 4917 St. Clair Ave., 6254 Drummont Rd., 4757 CooJonan Cres., 
5369 3rd Ave., 4712 Zimmerman St., 5099 Kitchener St., 6286 Monroe St., 5046 St. Lawrence Ave., 
4830 Ontarion St., 6304 Findlay St., 4306, 4594 5th Ave., 4618 Nelson Cres., 4298 Ferguson St., 
6338 Armstrong Dr., 641 1 McLeod Rd., 5310 Florence St., 5238 Stamford St., Niagara Falls — 
Stamford Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


116. 


5 


320 Glenridge Ave., St. Catharines — Transfiguration Terrace (St. Catharines) Inc. 


April 1,2002 


117. 


5 


331 1 Menno St., Vineland — United Mermonite Home for the Aged 


April 1,2002 


118. 


6(a) 


255 High Street, Fort Erie — Lions Douglas Heights Seniors Residence Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


119. 


6(a) 


725 Welland Avenue, St. Catharines — Local 175 UFCW Residences Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


120. 


6(a) 


60 Louth Street, St. Catharines - People's Choice Co-operative Homes Inc. 


Aprill, 2002 


121. 


6(a) 


6995 Ailanthus Avenue, Niagara Falls — Stamford Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


122. 


6(a) 


4901 Buckley Ave., Niagara Falls — Stamford Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


123. 


6(a) 


Fairhaven Homes (S00I29), 3568 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls — The St. Andrews Niagara 
Housing Development Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


124. 


6(a) 


Fairhaven (S03168) 3568 Montrose Road, Niagara Falls — The St. Andrews Niagara Housing 
Development Corporation 


April 1,2002 


125. 


6(a) 


16 Dixie Road, St. Catharines — Ukrainian Non-Profit Homes Corporation of Niagara 


April 1,2002 



6. Schedule 7 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



63. 


6(a) 


490 Viewmount Drive, Nepean — Asher Christian Seniors Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


64. 


6(a) 


92 Dolan Drive. Nepean — Barrhaven Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 


65. 


6(b) 


141 Twyford Street, Block 83, Ottawa — Cardinus Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


66. 


6(b) 


1 8 1 Forest Glade Crescent, Ottawa — Carpenter Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1,2002 


67. 


6(a) 


10 Stevens Avenue, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


68. 


6(a) 


1 10 Nelson Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


69. 


6(a) 


147 Hinchey Avenue, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1. 2002 


70. 


6(a) 


1 55 Parkdale Avenue, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


71. 


6(a) 


258 Argyle Avenue. Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


72. 


6(a) 


283 Arlington Avenue. Bruce House, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


73. 


6(a) 


369 Steward Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


74. 


6(a) 


5 1 1 Bronson Avenue, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


75. 


6(a) 


520 Bronson Avenue. Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


76. 


6(a) 


212-216 Carruthers Ave.. Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


77. 


6(a) 


1 7 1 Armstrong Street / 277 Carruthers Avenue, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


78. 


6(a) 


205-207 O'Connor Street, 256, 258, 264 Lisgar Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


79. 


6(a) 


455 Lisgar Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


80. 


6(a) 


287-293 Loretta Avenue South. Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


81. 


6(a) 


141 Clarence Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


82. 


6(a) 


82-84 Putman Avenue, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


83. 


6(a) 


5 1 5 MacLaren Street & 34 1 Lyon Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


84. 


6(a) 


415 Gilmour Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


85. 


6(a) 


312 Cumberland Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


86. 


6(a) 


206 Wiggins Private. Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


87. 


6(a) 


185-207 Forward Avenue, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


88. 


6(c) 


2-48 Lafayette Private, 100-144 Quigg Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


89. 


6(c) 


285-295 Murray Street. Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


90. 


6(c) 


275-283 Murray Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


91. 


6(a) 


1474-1516 Blohm Drive, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


92. 


6(a) 


1 70 Gloucester Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


93. 


6(a) 


212 Bronson Avenue, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


94. 


6(c) 


145-181 Bruyère Street, 180-200 Cathcart Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


95. 


6(c) 


400-5 12 Mariin Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


96. 


6(c) 


84-102 Ellis St., 20-81 Lilas, 2-17 Pommiers, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


97. 


6(a) 


2-56 Horsdal Private / 1441-1461 Blohm Dr., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


98. 


6(c) 


397-405 Brittania, 2-48 Eva Taylor, 384-392 Poulin, 2685-2732 Skuce, Ottawa — City of Ottawa 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 



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99. 


6(c) 


1-85 Pathway Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


100. 


6(a) 


380 Cumberland St. / 1 75 George St., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


101. 


6(c) 


214-224 Presland Road, 10-5 1 Sand Cherry Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


102. 


6(a) 


10-76 Esson Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


103. 


6(a) 


99-128 Gable Private & 1-40 Gore Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


104. 


6(a) 


375 Gilmour Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


105. 


6(a) 


345 Le Breton Street South, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


106. 


6(c) 


207-2 1 3 Lees Avenue, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


107. 


6(a) 


1 175 Wellington St. & 395 Parkdale, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


108. 


6(a) 


Hunt Club Park Expansion (Blohm and Picasso Drives), Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


109. 


6(a) 


1-128 Wallack Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


110. 


6(a) 


595 Rideau Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


111. 


6(a) 


Lorry Greenberg Dr. / 1-88 Finland Pr., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


112. 


6(c) 


20 Rochester Street, 770-820 Wellington Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporafion 


April 1,2002 


113. 


6(c) 


21 Preston Street, 770-820 Wellington Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


114. 


6(c) 


7 1 0-738 Albert St., 4- 1 6 Lome Ave., 1 69- 1 8 1 Booth Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


115. 


6(a) 


507 Riverdale Avenue, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


116. 


6(c) 


225-23 1 Breezehill Avenue, 190-224 Loretta Ave., 74-98 Young St., Ottawa — City of Ottawa 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


117. 


6(c) 


375 Mackay Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


118. 


6(a) 


453 Cooper Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


119. 


6(a) 


340-344 Gloucester Street & 343-35 1 Nepean Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April I, 2002 


120. 


6(a) 


1433 Mayview Avenue, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporafion 


April 1,2002 


121. 


6(a) 


450-460 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


122. 


6(a) 


1 157 / 1 161 / 1 165 / 1 173 Bélanger Ave., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporafion 


April 1, 2002 


123. 


6(c) 


215 Nepean Street, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


124. 


6(a) 


108 New Orchard Avenue, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


125. 


6(a) 


45-77 Kimito / 243 Siren Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


126. 


6(a) 


1514-1516 Clemenfine Boulevard / 1 126 Rockingham Avenue, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


127. 


6(a) 


303 Churchill Avenue North, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


128. 


6(c) 


1-82 Finch Private, 214 Hopewell Ave., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


129. 


6(a) 


Address Confidential (shelter), Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


130. 


6(a) 


721 Chapel Crescent, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 


131. 


6(c) 


21-31 Spadina Avenue, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


132. 


6(a) 


500 St. Laurent Boulevard, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


133. 


6(a) 


1450-1470 & 1480 Heron Rd. (Various), Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporafion 


April 1,2002 


134. 


6(a) 


300 Goulbum Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


135. 


6(a) 


321 Goulboum Ave., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


136. 


6(a) 


70-138 Mann Ave., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


137. 


6(a) 


202-246 Wiggins Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


138. 


6(a) 


310, 320, 430 Wiggins Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


139. 


6(a) 


300 Wiggins Private - East Side, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


140. 


6(a) 


301-427 Wiggins Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


141. 


6(a) 


104, 105, 154, 155, 204 Wiggins & 740 Chapel, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


142. 


6(c) 


1-155 Somero Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 


143. 


6(a) 


40-154 Provender Ave., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporafion 


April 1,2002 


144. 


6(a) 


12-20 Bumside & 49-53 Carruthers, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1. 2002 


145. 


6(a) 


2-73 Winthrop / 1397-1415 Richmond, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


146. 


6(c) 


2-79 Cutts Private, 1-102 Patola Private, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


147. 


6(a) 


Marinoff Way, Cumberland — Cumberland Housing Corporation / Corporation d'Habitation de 
Cumberland 


April 1, 2002 


148. 


6(a) 


2980 Regional Road 28, Sarsfield — Cumberland Housing Corporation / Corporation d'Habitation de 
Cumberland 


April 1,2002 


149. 


6(a) 


286 & 288 Pintail Terrace, Cumberland — Cumberland Housing Corporafion / Corporation d'Habitation 
de Cumberland 


April 1,2002 


150. 


6(b) 


305A-305D Cambridge St. N., 88-100 LeBreton St., Ottawa — Dalhousie Non-Profit Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


April 1,2002 


151. 


6(b) 


300 Cambridge Street North, Ottawa — Dalhousie Non-Profit Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1,2002 


152. 


6(a) 


30 and 2-20 Provender Ave, 148, 150, 152, 154, 156, 158, 160, 162, 164, 166 and 168 Burma Rd., 
Ottawa — Communityworks Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 



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405 



153. 


6(a) 


1370 Ogilvie Road, Gloucester — Communityworks Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 


154. 


6(a) 


8 Bullman Street. Ottawa — Communityworks Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


155. 


6(a) 


200-208 Presland Road. Ottawa — Communityworks Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


156. 


6(b) 


1940 St. Joseph Blvd.. Gloucester — Cooperative d'Habitation Cote Est Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


157. 


6(b) 


10-50 / 56 / 60 / 70 Henderson Ave., Ottawa — Cooperative d'Habitation St. Georges Housing 
Co-operative Inc. 


April 1,2002 


158. 


6(b) 


404 Wiggins Private, Ottawa — Cooperative d'Habitation Voisins Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


159. 


6(a) 


1 10 Marlborough Street, Murphy House, Ottawa — Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter (Ecumenical) 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


160. 


6(b) 


2 Dobbin Lane, Kanata — Dobbin Housing Co-operative Incorporated 


April 1. 2002 


161. 


6(b) 


485 Eagleson Road. Kanata — Eagleson Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


162. 


6(a) 


2270 Braeside Avenue, Ottawa — Ellwood House (Ottawa) Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


163. 


6(a) 


Confidential 2676 Innes Road. Gloucester — Emily Murphy Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


164. 


6(b) 


1 75-253 Provender Ave., 220-232 Provender Ave. & 1 9- 1 1 3 Rothbury Cr., Ottawa — Glenn Haddrell 
Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1,2002 


165. 


6(a) 


2676 Innes Road, Gloucester — Gloucester Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


166. 


6(a) 


1-12, 1408 Meadowbrook Drive & 1601-1669 Fine Crescent, Gloucester — Gloucester Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


167. 


6(a) 


4200-4298 Carver Place, Gloucester — Gloucester Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


168. 


6(a) 


1900-1940 Ken Steele Court, Gloucester — Gloucester Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


169. 


6(a) 


108 1- 1089 Cummings Avenue. Gloucester — Gloucester Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


170. 


6(b) 


28 Connelly Place, Kanata — Hazeldean Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1,2002 


171. 


6(a) 


9 MacNeil Court, Kanata — Kanata Baptist Place Incorporated 


April 1, 2002 


172. 


6(a) 


1 13-159 Lebrun Street, Vanier — La Commission de Logement de Vanier Non-Profit Housing 
Authority 


April 1,2002 


173. 


6(b) 


10 Bridgestone Drive, Kanata — Lao Village Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


174. 


6(b) 


520 St. Laurent Boulevard. Ottawa — Mario de Giovanni Housing Co-operatives Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


175. 


6(a) 


2 Hammill & 1-82 Hammill Court, Nepean — Nepean Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


176. 


6(a) 


1-101 Draffin Court, Nepean — Nepean Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


177. 


6(a) 


1-81 Madden Court, Nepean — Nepean Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


178. 


6(a) 


1-71 Dunbar Court (Bateman Dr. / Dunbar Crt.), Nepean — Nepean Housing Corporation, Project 
#E02175. 


April 1.2002 


179. 


6(a) 


1-71 Dunbar Court, Nepean — Nepean Housing Corporation. Project #E02192 


April 1,2002 


180. 


6(a) 


130 Centrepointe Drive & 1-30 Plunkett Court, Nepean — Nepean Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


181. 


6(a) 


762 Somerset Street West, Ottawa — Serson Clarke Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


182. 


6(a) 


2100 Scott Street, Ottawa — Taiga Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


183. 


6(b) 


131 Twyford Su-eet, Ottawa — Tannenhof Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


184. 


6(a) 


467 Laurier Avenue West, Ottawa — The Muslim Non-Profit Housing Corporation of Ottawa-Carleton 


April 1,2002 


185. 


6(b) 


300 Cooper Street Ottawa — The ShefFord Heritage Housing Co-operative Incorporated 


April 1, 2002 


186. 


6(a) 


3200 Vance Street North. Osgoode — The Township of Osgoode Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


187. 


6(a) 


3 1 80-3 1 82 Logan Farm Drive. Osgoode — The Township of Osgoode Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


188. 


6(a) 


2592-2596 Reanyhill Way, Metcalfe — The Township of Osgoode Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


189. 


6(a) 


Victoria Street. Metcalfe — The Township of Osgoode Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1. 2002 


190. 


6(a) 


1350-1360 Meadow Drive, Greely — The Township of Osgoode Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


191. 


6(a) 


1 Carleton Street. Stittsville — The Township of Goulboum Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


192. 


6(a) 


126 Hamilton Street, Richmond — The Township of Goulboum Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


193. 


6(a) 


519 Donald B. Munroe Drive, Carp — West Carleton Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1. 2002 


194. 


6(b) 


10 Clarement Drive, Ottawa — Yule Manor Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


195. 


4 


100-102 Flora St.. Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


196. 


4 


143-153 Arlington Ave., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1. 2002 


197. 


5 


170 Booth St., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


198. 


5 


20 Robinson Ave., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


199. 


4 


202 Flora St., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


200. 


5 


210 Gloucester St., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


201. 


4 


252-258 Lisgar St., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


202. 


5 


29-33 Rochester St., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1.2002 


203. 


5 


298 Arlington Ave., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


204. 


5 


345 Waverley St., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


205. 


4 


41 Florence St., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


206. 


4 


50 James St.. Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


207. 


4 


50 Waverley St., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


208. 


4 


500-504 Gilmour Street. Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


209. 


4 


530-544 Mcleod Street, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1.2002 


210. 


4 


539. 539a Mcleod St., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1.2002 


211. 


5 


596-604 Gladstone Ave., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


212. 


4 


706-712 Gilmour St., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


213. 


5 


90-92 James St., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


214. 


5 


129-135 Brimrose, 200-222 Booth Ave., Ottawa — Centretovsn Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 



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215. 


5 


472-482 Gilmour & 298-390 Kent St., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


216. 


5 


25 and 35-39 Rochester 746-760 Albert St., Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1,2002 


217. 


5 


598-6 1 6 Maclaren 625-63 1 Gilmour, Ottawa — Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


218. 


4 


1 1-15, 19 Frank St., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


219. 


4 


331 Flora St., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


220. 


4 


5 1 Spruce St., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


221. 


4 


571 Mcleod St., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


222. 


4 


68 Donald St., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


223. 


4 


965 Marguerite St., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


224. 


4 


3225 Uplands Dr., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


225. 


4 


460-488 Old St. Patrick St., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


226. 


4 


25 Nelson St., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


227. 


4 


1030 Du Pere Charlebois Ave., Ottawa - City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


228. 


4 


170 Breezehill North Ave., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


229. 


4 


7 1 4-734 Carson & 68 1 -689 Paul, Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


230. 


4 


460 Edgeworth Ave., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


231. 


4 


205 Gladstone Ave., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


232. 


4 


1670 Kilbom Ave., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


233. 


4 


255 Donald St., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


234. 


4 


100 Cobourg St., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


235. 


4 


123 Augusta St., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


236. 


4 


1005-1007 Riddell Ave., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


237. 


4 


674-682 Tweedsmuir Ave., Ottawa — City of Ottawa Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


238. 


5 


Shelter, Operating Agreement #008141277-001, Ottawa — Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter (Ecumenical) 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


239. 


5 


Shelter, Operating Agreement #008141277-002, Ottawa — Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter (Ecumenical) 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


240. 


5 


Shelter, Operating Agreement #008141277-003, Ottawa — Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter (Ecumenical) 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


241. 


7 


277, 279, 440, 442 Queen Mary St., 58, 60 Marier Rd., 1 108, 1110 Gladstone St., 214 Ste. Anne St., 
Vanier — Inuit Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


242. 


8 


143 Joliette Ave., Vanier — Inuit Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


243. 


8 


147 Joliette Ave., Vanier — Inuit Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


244. 


7 


2 1 1 Bradley St., 93 Genest St., Vanier - Inuit Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


245. 


8 


266 Shakespeare St., Vanier — Inuit Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


246. 


8 


289 St. Denis St., Vanier — Inuit Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


247. 


8 


321, 325 Shakespeare St., Vanier — Inuit Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


248. 


7 


328 Frontenac St., 250 Ste. Monique St., 1001 Hooper 804 Trojan Ave., Vanier — Inuit Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


249. 


7 


330 Frontenac St., 254 Ste. Monique St., 6747 Notre-Dame St., Vanier— Inuit Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


250. 


7 


6745 Notre-Dame St., Orieans — Inuit Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


251. 


7 


6847, 6849 Notre-Dame St., 392 Queen Mary St., 20 Westmount St., Vanier — Inuit Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 


252. 


5 


591 Maclaren Street. Ottawa — John Howard Society of Ottawa 


April 1, 2002 


253. 


5 


37 Irving Street, Ottawa — Maison-Decision-House 


April 1,2002 


254. 


4 


567 Cambridge Street, Ottawa — Ottawa City Union of the International Order of the King's Daughters 
and Sons Apartments Limited 


April 1,2002 


255. 


4 


255 Donald St., Ottawa — Ottawa Lowren Housing Company Limited 


April 1,2002 


256. 


4 


725 Bernard Street, Ottawa — Ottawa Lowren Housing Company Limited 


April 1, 2002 


257. 


4 


YM/WCA of Ottawa - Address Confidential, Ottawa — Ottawa Young Men's and Young Women's 
Christian Association 


April 1, 2002 


258. 


5 


Castlefrank Dr., Kanata — Rankin Terrace Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


259. 


5 


80 Florence St., Ottawa — The Chinese Community (Ottawa) Building Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


260. 


5 


848 Seyton Dr., Nepean — West Nepean Ecumenical Residential Projects 


April 1,2002 


261. 


6(b) 


1370 Ogilvie Road, Gloucester — Better Living Residential Co-operative Inc. 


April 1,2002 


262. 


6(b) 


456 Cooper Street, Ottawa — Cartier Square Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1, 2002 



7. (1) Item 33 of Schedule 8 to the Regulation is amended 
by striking out "155 & 195 Forum Drive, Mississauga — 
MICBA Forum Italia Community Services" under the column 
heading "Housing Project" and substituting "155 & 195 
Forum Drive Mississauga — Forum Italia Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation". 

(2) Schedule 8 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item: 



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407 



116. 


6(a) 


1455 & 1475 Bristol Road West, Mississauga — Bristol Road Labourers' Local 183 Non-Profit Homes 
Inc. 


June L 2002 



8. Schedule 9 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



31. 


6(a) 


5 1 8 Morris Street, Sudbury — All Nations Family Housing Corporation (Sudbury) 


April 1.2002 


32. 


6(b) 


905 Cambrian Heights Drive, Unit 34, Sudbury — Ashwood Co-operative Homes Incorporated 


April 1.2002 


33. 


6(a) 


#121-10 Champlain St., Azilda — Azilda Senior Citizen's Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


34. 


6(b) 


3604 Keith Avenue, Chelmsford — Balfour Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1. 2002 


35. 


6(a) 


38 Coulson Street, Capreol — Capreol Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


36. 


6(a) 


340 McLeod Street, Sudbury — Casa Bella Senior Citizens Apartments Inc. 


April 1. 2002 


37. 


6(a) 


285 Lourdes Street, Sudbury — Centreville 1 & 2 Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


38. 


6(b) 


80 Barry Street. Sudbury — Co-operative Homes of Prosperity and Equality Inc. 


April 1.2002 


39. 


6(a) 


296 Cote Avenue. Chelmsford — Friendship Place d'Amitie Residence (Rayside Balfour) 


April 1,2002 


40. 


6(c) 


29 Sturgeon Su-eet, Dowling, Ontario. POM IRO — Gorham's Court Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


41. 


6(b) 


2 1 20 Wayne Road, Box 5 1 , Sudbury — Guhbawin Co-operative Housing Incorporated 


April 1,2002 


42. 


6(a) 


2146 Highgate Road, Sudbury — Habitat Boreal Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


43. 


6(b) 


159 Second Avenue, Sudbury — Horizon Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


44. 


6(a) 


2 1 6 Copper Street, Sudbury — Isles of Innisfree Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


45. 


6(b) 


429 Notre Dame Street West, Azilda — La Co-operative d'Habitation Antigonish Inc. 


April 1,2002 


46. 


6(a) 


1699 St. Jean Street, Val Caron — La Société des Bons Amis de la Vallée Inc. 


April 1,2002 


47. 


6(a) 


160 Leslie Street, Sudbury — La Société Noiin de Sudbury Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


48. 


6(a) 


3512 John Street, Chelmsford — Le Centre d'Habitation De Chelmsford Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


49. 


6(b) 


1845 Main Street, Val Caron — Les Maisons Co-operative Val Caron Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


50. 


6(a) 


675 Bruce Street, Sudbury — Lighthouse Non-Profit Homes / Habitations A But Non-Lucratif le Phare 
Inc. 


April 1.2002 


51. 


6(b) 


300 Christa Street, Harmier — Maisons Co-operative St. Jacques Inc. 


April 1,2002 


52. 


6(b) 


300 Christa Street, Hanmer — Maisons Co-operative St. Jacques Inc. (Ph. II) 


April 1,2002 


53. 


6(b) 


1 29 Second Avenue South, Sudbury — Palace Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


54. 


6(a) 


3545 Montpellier Road. Chelmsford — Place Bonne Entente des Aines de Chelmsford 


April 1,2002 


55. 


6(a) 


2 Arlington Drive East, Dowling — Place Cartier Habitation a But Non-Lucratif de Dowling Inc. 


April 1,2002 


56. 


6(b) 


775 Cambrian Heights Drive, Sudbury — Prism Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


57. 


6(b) 


151 Mont Adam Street, Sudbury — Raiffeisen Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


58. 


6(b) 


21 1 Caswell Drive, Sudbury — Rockview Seniors Co-operative Homes Incorporated 


April 1, 2002 


59. 


6(a) 


50 Walford Road. Sudbury — Shamrock Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


60. 


6(b) 


139 Pearl Street, Sudbury — Silo Co-operative Homes / Cooperative d'Habitation Silo Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


61. 


6(a) 


1 1 1 Notre Dame Avenue, Sudbury — Solidarity Lodge Senior Apartments (Sudbury) Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


62. 


6(b) 


300a Springhill Drive, Garson — Springhill Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


63. 


6(a) 


233 Fourth Avenue, Sudbury — Sudbury Finnish Rest Home Society Inc. 


April 1,2002 


64. 


6(a) 


Project #N02I34 Sudbury — Sudbury Y.W.C.A. Brookwood Apartments 


April 1, 2002 


65. 


6(a) 


30 Notre Dame Avenue, Sudbury — Ukrainian Senior Citizens' Complex of Sudbury Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


66. 


6(a) 


725 Bruce Street, Unit 27, Sudbury — Unicom Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


67. 


6(a) 


25 Black Lake Road, Lively — Walden Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


68. 


6(a) 


15 Ellen Street, Azilda — Whitewater Seniors Residence (Legion 553) Inc. 


April 1,2002 


69. 


5 


12 Elgin St., Sudbury — Christ The King Parish (Sudbury) Development Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


70. 


5 


Scattered Locations (009917626), Sudbury — Habitat Boreal Inc. 


April 1,2002 


71. 


5 


15 Balsam St., Coniston — La Ruche De Coniston 


April 1,2002 


72. 


5 


238 Larch St., Sudbury — Larch Halfway House of Sudbury 


April 1,2002 


73. 


5 


233 Fourth Ave., Sudbury — Sudbury Finnish Rest Home Society Inc. 


April 1,2002 



9. Schedule 10 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item: 



138. 6 (a) 114 Queen Street South. New Dundee — Maple Heights Non-Profit Housing Corporation June I, 2002 



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10. Schedule II to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



71. 


6(a) 


85 Alexander Blvd., Georgina — Our Lady of Smolensk Russian Orthodox Retirement Centre 


April 1,2002 


72. 


6(a) 


Robinson Mews, Markham — Robinson Street Non-Profit Homes (Markham) Inc. 


April I, 2002 


73. 


6(b) 


172 Centre St. East, Richmond Hill — Centre Green Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1,2002 



11. Schedule 12 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



20. 


6(a) 


22 Walter Street (Elliott & Walter Street). Huntsville — Huntsvilie Legion Seniors Manor 


April 1,2002 


21. 


6(a) 


The Fieldway, 2 Sabrina Park Dr., Huntsville — Town of Huntsville Non-Profit Housing Corporation. 


June 1,2002 



12. Schedule 13 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item: 



40. 



6 (a) Project # 2, 136-152 Fifth Ave., Brantford — Slovak Village Non-Profit Housing Inc. 



June 1,2002 



13. Schedule 15 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



21, 


6(a) 


Chatham Hope I (scattered buildings), Chatham — Chatham Hope Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 


22. 


6(a) 


Chatham Hope 11 (scattered buildings), Chatham — Chatham Hope Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 


23. 


6(a) 


Chatham Hope III (scattered buildings), Chatham — Chatham Hope Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 


24. 


6(a) 


Chatham Hope IV (scattered buildings), Chatham — Chatham Hope Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April I, 2002 


25. 


6(a) 


40 Elm Street. Mail Slot 97, Chatham — Christian Senior Citizens Home of Chatham 


April I, 2002 


26. 


6(b) 


534 St. Clair Street, Chatham — Clairvue Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April I, 2002 


27. 


6(a) 


179 Sheldon Avenue, Chatham — Columbus Estates of Chatham Inc. 


April I, 2002 


28. 


6(a) 


340 Park Avenue West, Chatham — Columbus Estates of Chatham Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


29. 


6(a) 


265 Tweedsmuir Ave. W., Chatham — Columbus Estates of Chatham Inc. 


April 1,2002 


30. 


6(a) 


330 Catherine Street Extension, Blenheim — Corporal Harry Miner V.C. (Ont- 185) Senior Cifizens 
Corporation 


April 1.2002 


31, 


6(b) 


74 King Street East, Chatham — Labourview Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April I, 2002 


32. 


6(a) 


254 Park Ave. E., 164 King St. E., 6 Martina Ct., 16 Timmins Cres., Chatham — New Beginnings 
Housing Project of Chatham 


April 1, 2002 


33. 


6(a) 


40 Wedgewood Ave., Chatham — Park Street United Church Chatham Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


34. 


6(a) 


45 George Street, Ridgetown — Ridgetown Community Estates (Non-Profit) Inc. 


April 1,2002 


35. 


6(a) 


65 Riverview Drive, Chatham — Riverway Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 


36. 


6(a) 


459 Murray Street & 500 Albert Street, Wallaceburg — Wallaceburg Municipal Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


37. 


6(a) 


200 Westcourt Blvd., Wallaceburg — Wallaceburg Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 


38. 


5 


50 Sandys St., Chatham — Chatham Evangel Senior Citizen Villa Community Incorporated 


April 1,2002 


39. 


3 


805 Grand Avenue West, Chatham — Chatham Tower Apartments Inc. 


April 1,2002 


40. 


3 


795 Grand Avenue West, Chatham — Chatham Tower Apartments Inc. 


April 1,2002 


41, 


5 


Operating Agreement #008220527 - 97-40 Elm St., Chatham — Christian Senior Citizens Home of 
Chatham 


April 1,2002 


42, 


5 


Operating Agreement #008220618 - 97-40 Elm St., Chatham — Chrisfian Senior Citizens Home of 
Chatham 


April 1,2002 


43. 


4 


4 Marsh Street, Ridgetown — Ridge Marsh Manor Inc. 


April I, 2002 


44. 


4 


99 Park Street, Chatham — St. Andrew's Residence, Chatham 


April I, 2002 


45. 


5 


4 Reaume Ave., Wallaceburg — Wallaceburg Kinsmen Court Non-profit 


April 1,2002 



14. (1) Item 178 of Schedule 18 to the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "4" under the column heading "Pro- 
gram Category Number" and substituting "3". 

(2) Schedule 18 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item: 



191. 



6 (b) I 275 Kempt Street, Amherstburg — The Frank Long Co-operative Homes Inc. 



June I, 2002 



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409 



15. Schedule 19 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



65. 


6(a) 


198 Adelaide Street, Kingston — Phoenix Homes Kingston 


April I, 2002 


66. 


6(a) 


19 MacCauley Street, Kingston — Phoenix Homes Kingston 


April 1,2002 


67. 


6(a) 


1085 Montreal Street, Kingston — Phoenix Homes Kingston 


April 1, 2002 



16. (1) Item 34 of Schedule 21 to the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



.34. I 6 (a) I Russell / Pine. 59 Russell Street, Belleville — Belleville Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



March 1, 2002 



(2) Schedule 21 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



50. 


6(a) 


Parkin Living Centre. 2 Madoc Street, Marmora — Marmora District Housing Commission 


June 1,2002 


51. 


6(a) 


39 Cleak Avenue, Bancroft — North Hastings Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


June 1, 2002 


52. 


6(a) 


1 Woodview Lane, Phase 11 - Wave 1, Bancroft — North Hastings Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


June 1,2002 



17. Schedule 24 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item: 



I 36. I 6 (a) I Tay Gardens, 20 Haggart Street, Perth — Tay Valley Non-Profit Housing Corporation 



June 1,2002 



18. Schedule 25 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item: 



36. I 6(c) I Valley View Court. Athens — Athens & District Housing Corporation 



June I, 2002 



19. Schedule 26 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



14. 


6(c) 


Lome A. Smart Villa. 80 Baker & West Sts., Greater Napanee — Napanee Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


15. 


6(a) 


101-139 Meadowlane Drive. Napanee — The Appanea Wynds Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


June 1,2002 


16. 


6(a) 


715, 717, 719, 729, 731, 980, 982 and 1074A to 1074H Flinton Road, Flinton, — URCA Housing Corp. 


June 1,2002 



20. Schedule 27 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item: 



I 106. I 6 (c) I 2500 Queen Street, Mount Brydges - Caradoc Housing Corporation 



June I, 2002 



21. Schedule 28 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



15. 


6(a) 


174 Oliver Road. Campbellford — Campbellford Memorial Multicare Lodge 


April 1. 2002 


16. 


6(a) 


224 First Street, Campbellford — Campbellford Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1.2002 


17. 


6(a) 


330 Alexandria Drive, Cobourg — Cobourg Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


18. 


6(a) 


700 Bumham Street, Cobourg — Cobourg Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


19. 


6(a) 


330 Alexander Dr., Cobourg — Cobourg Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


20. 


6(c) 


54 Victoria Street, Hastings — Hastings Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


21. 


6(a) 


580 Court House Road. Cobourg — Northumberland Supportive Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


22. 


6(a) 


29 County Road. Percy Township — Percy Township Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


23. 


6(a) 


61 McCaul Street, Port Hope — Port Hope Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


24. 


6(a) 


144 Rose Glen Road. Port Hope — Port Hope Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


25. 


6(b) 


I99A Sutherland Crescent, Cobourg — Sutherland Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


26. 


6(a) 


25 James Street East, Cobourg — Trinity Housing of Cobourg Corporation 


April 1,2002 


27. 


5 


330 Alexandria Dr., Cobourg — Cobourg Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


28. 


5 


Hamden Dr., Grafton — Haldimand Court Apartments 


April 1, 2002 


29. 


4 


135 Chapel St. (Ph. 1), Cobourg — St. Peter's Court Apartments 


April 1, 2002 


30. 


4 


1 35 Chapel St. (Ph. II), Cobourg — St. Peter's Court Apartments 


April 1,2002 



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22. Schedule 30 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



27, 


6(b) 


27 Barron Street, Stratford — Banbury Cross Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1,2002 


28. 


6(b) 


39 Borden Street, Stratford — Bard-of-Avon Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1,2002 


29. 


6(b) 


55 Athlone Crescent, Stratford — Festival City Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


30. 


6(b) 


5 Southvale Road, St. Marys — Little Falls Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


31. 


6(c) 


Woodland Towers (1), 639 West Gore St., Stratford — Spruce Lodge Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


32. 


6(a) 


Woodland Towers (11), 639 West Gore St., Stratford — Spruce Lodge Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


33. 


6(a) 


769 Downie Street, Stratford — Vineyard Village Non-Profit Homes of Stratford 


April 1,2002 


34. 


5 


555 Elm Ave. N., Listowel — Listowel District Seniors Citizens' Complex 


April 1, 2002 


35. 


5 


94 McCarthy Rd., Stratford — Windmill Gardens Community Inc. 


April 1.2002 


36. 


6(a) 


Address Confidential (shelter) (SW2I29), Stratford — Emily Murphy Second Stage Residences 


April 1,2002 



23. Schedule 31 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item: 



41. 



6 (b) I 243 Milroy Drive, Peterborough — LETA Brownscombe Co-operative Homes Inc. 



June 1,2002 



24. (1) Item 19 of Schedule 32 to the Regulation is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



19. 


6(c) 


Seigneurie Apartments, 900 Bay Street, L'Orignal — Longueil / L'Orignal Municipal Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


February 1, 2002 



(2) Items 26 and 27 of Schedule 32 to the Regulation are 
amended by striking out "4" under the column heading "Pro- 
gram Category Number" and substituting in each case "3". 

(3) Schedule 32 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item: 



29. 


6(c) 


Casselman-Le Havre, 100 Brebeuf Street, Casselman — Casselman Non-Profit Housing Corporation- 
Corporation de Logement A But Non-Lucratif de Casselman 


June 1, 2002 



25. Schedule 33 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



35. 


6(a) 


1 38 Baskin Drive, Amprior — G.T. Seniors Apartments of Amprior Incorporated 


April 1, 2002 


36. 


6(c) 


31 Mill Street, Killaloe — Killaloe & District Housing Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


37. 


6(a) 


222 Blakely Street, Pembroke — Kinsmen Court Home for Men & Women (Pembroke) Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


38. 


6(a) 


224 Vimy Blvd., Renfrew — Opeongo Non-Profit Community Residential Development Inc. 


April 1,2002 


39. 


6(a) 


26 Spruce Street, Amprior — Ottawaska Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


40. 


6(a) 


200 Caruso Street. Amprior — Ottawaska Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


41. 


6(c) 


1 145 Victoria Street, Petawawa — Petawawa Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


42. 


6(a) 


St. Joseph Family Residence (50), Pembroke — St. Joseph Non-Profit Housing (Pembroke) 
Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


43. 


6(a) 


1151 Pembroke Street West (Ph. 1), Pembroke — St. Joseph Non-Profit Housing (Pembroke) 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


44. 


6(a) 


1151 Pembroke Street West (Residence 30), Pembroke — St. Joseph Non-Profit Housing (Pembroke) 
Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


45. 


6(a) 


1151 Pembroke Street West (Ph. II), Pembroke — St. Joseph Non-Profit Housing (Pembroke) 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 



26. Schedule 34 to the Regulations is amended by adding 
the following items: 



45. 


6(a) 


54-56 Peel St. / 121 Owen St., Barrie — "We Care" Non-Profit Homes (Barrie) Inc. 


April 1. 2002 


46. 


6(a) 


257 Centre Street, Essa Township — Angus Legion Gardens Senior Citizens Complex 


April 1. 2002 


47. 


6(a) 


1 1 Mill Street, Coldwater — Coldwater Seniors' Apartments Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


48. 


6(a) 


250 Erie Street, Collingwood — Collingwood Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 



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49. 


6(a) 


14 Worsley Street, Barrie — Coral Non-Profit Homes (Barrie) Inc. 


April I, 2002 


50. 


6(a) 


26 Fitton's Road East. Orillia — Elizabeth Overend Non-Profit Housing Orillia Inc. 


April 1. 2002 


51. 


6(b) 


615 William Street, Midland — Javelin Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


52. 


6(b) 


201 Matthew Way, Collingwood — Matthew Co-operative Housing Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


53. 


6(a) 


854 Hartman Dr., Midland — Mount Lakeview Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


54. 


6(a) 


860 Hartman Dr., Midland — Mount Lakeview Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


55. 


6(b) 


219 King Street North, Alliston — Nottavvasaga Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


56. 


6(a) 


5 Rosemary Road. Orillia — Orillia Christian Fellowship Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


57. 


6(a) 


250 & 252 Barrie Road, Orillia — Orillia Christian Fellowship Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


58. 


6(a) 


472 High Street. Orillia — Orillia Christian Fellowship Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


59. 


6(a) 


75 and 80 Walker Avenue, Orillia — Orillia Community Non-Profit Ho'using Corporation 


April 1.2002 


60. 


6(b) 


2 10-240 Holland Street West, Bradford — Quaker Hill Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


61. 


6(a) 


18 Peter Su-eet North, Orillia — St. James Court Non-Profit Apartments Corporation 


April 1.2002 


62. 


6(a) 


75 Amelia Street. Barrie — St. Mary"s Seniors Residence Barrie Inc. 


April 1.2002 


63. 


6(a) 


80, 90, 100 Little Ave. & 150 Bayview Dr., Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing 
Corporation 


April 1.2002 


64. 


6(a) 


131 Berczy Street, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


65. 


6(a) 


49 Coulter Street, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1. 2002 


66. 


6(a) 


10 and 20 Golfdale Road, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1. 2002 


67. 


6(a) 


101-111 D"ambrosio Street, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


68. 


6(a) 


191-193 Edgehill Drive, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


69. 


6(a) 


1 86 Grove Street, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


70. 


6(a) 


225 Kozlov St., Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 


71. 


6(a) 


549 Yonge Street (FISH), Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


72. 


6(a) 


549 Yonge Street (Chapman). Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


73. 


6(a) 


205 Koslov Street 11. Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


74. 


6(a) 


3 1 Penetang Street, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


75. 


6(c) 


Southfields, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


76. 


6(a) 


#1-380 Duckworth Street, Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


77. 


6(a) 


339 Essa Rd., Barrie — The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


78. 


6(a) 


125 Fitton"s Road West, Orillia — The City of Orillia Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


79. 


4 


R. R. #3. Everett — Brandon Street Community Development Project 


April 1,2002 


80. 


5 


1 1 Mill St., Box 211, Coldwater — Coldwater Seniors' Apartment Inc. 


April 1.2002 


81. 


5 


108 Collier St., Barrie — Collier Place Inc. 


April 1. 2002 


82. 


5 


69-121. 82-128 Eden Drive. Barrie — Coral Charitable Foundation 


April 1.2002 


83. 


5 


99-1 19. 80-86, 106-1 18 Fox Run. Barrie — Coral Charitable FoundaUon 


April 1.2002 


84. 


5 


40-50, 26-36, 25-33, 37-47, 69-77, 83-91, 5 1-65 Broadfoot, 68-78 Eden Dr., Barrie — Coral Charitable 
Foundation 


April 1. 2002 


85. 


7 


241 Front St. S., 101 A James St., 270 Franklin St., 293 Crawford, 294 Hilda St., 271, 273 Oxford St., 
32 Rose Ave., 106 Westmount Dr. N., 205 Westmount Dr. S., 8 Kehoe Crt., 5I4A West St., 258 
Millard St.. 377 Arthur St., 392 Barrie Rd.. Orillia — Endaad Native Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


86. 


5 


55 1 Hugel Ave. S.. Midland — Knox Price House Incorporated 


April 1,2002 



27. (1) Items 37, 38, 39 and 40 of Schedule 35 to the Regula- 
tion are amended by striking out "4" under the column head- 
ing "Program Category Number" and substituting in each case 
"3". 

(2) Schedule 35 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item: 



41. I 6(a) |2I1 Water Street West, Cornwall — Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph Housing Corporation 



I June 1,2002 | 



28. Schedule 36 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



16. 


6(a) 


70 Murray Street. Fenelon Falls — Fenelon Area Independent Living Association 


April 1,2002 


17. 


6(a) 


Echo Hills Legion Apartments, Eastern Ave., Dysart et AI. — Haliburton Community Housing 
Corporation 


April I, 2002 


18. 


6(a) 


Park Lane Apartments, Victoria St., Dysart et AI. — Haliburton Community Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


19. 


6(a) 


45 St. Patrick & 48 St. Paul Street. Lindsay — Lindsay Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


20. 


6(c) 


19 Hamilton Street, Lindsay — Lindsay Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


21. 


6(a) 


45 Durham Street East, Lindsay — Lindsay Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


22. 


6(c) 


92 Albert Street South, Lindsay — Lindsay Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


23. 


6(a) 


Main Street, Wilberforce — Monmouth Township Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


24. 


6(a) 


24, 26, 28, 30 Wellington Street, Lindsay — Neighbourhood Housing in Lindsay 


April 1,2002 



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25. 


6(a) 


Floralan Park Drive, Minden — Staanworth Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


26. 


6(c) 


30 Prentice St., Townsiiips of Anson, Hindon, Minden, Lutterworth and Snowdon — Staanworth 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


27. 


6(a) 


44 Parkside Street, Townships of Anson, Hindon, Minden, Lutterworth and Snowdon — Staanworth 
Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


28. 


5 


1 33 Colbome St. W., Lindsay — Colbome Lodge Incorporated 


April 1, 2002 



29. (1) Schedule 39 to the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following items: 



38. I 6 (a) I Cara 11. 59 Old Garden River Road, Sault Ste. Marie — Cara Community Corporation 



April 1,2002 



(2) Item 34 of Schedule 39 to the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "4" under the column heading "Program Category 
Number" and substituting "3". 

30. Schedule 40 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items: 



151. 


6(a) 


Place Gamelin Renovation, 44-46 Thirteenth Street, Hearst, Ontario — Town of Hearst Non-Profit 
Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


152. 


6(b) 


1115 McLean Drive, Unit 96, Timmins, Ontario — Kaleidoscope Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1,2002 



31. Schedule 41 to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item: 



64. I 6(a) I Wave 1 Project, P.O. Box 167, Kenora — Aamikkowiish Non-Profit Housing (1994) Incorporated | April 1, 2002 | 

32. Schedule 43 to the Regulations is amended by adding 
the following items: 



53. 


7 


Waakohnsuk Native Non-Profit Homes Ph. I (0 161 30494), Sturgeon Falls — Waakohnsuk Native 
Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


June 1, 2002 


54. 


7 


Waakohnsuk Native Non-Profit Homes Ph. 2 (016131252), Sturgeon Falls — Waakohnsuk Native 
Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


June 1, 2002 


55. 


7 


Whispering Pines Native Non-Profit Homes Ph. I (009917808), Mattawa — Whispering Pines Native 
Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


June 1,2002 


56. 


7 


Whispering Pines Native Non-Profit Homes Ph. 2 (016130049), Mattawa — Whispering Pines Native 
Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


June 1, 2002 


57. 


7 


Whispering Pines Native Non-Profit Homes Ph. 3 (016131062), Mattawa — Whispering Pines Native 
Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


June I, 2002 



33. Schedule 47 to the Regulations is amended by adding 
the following items: 



22. 


6(a) 


60 Fifth Street, Kirkland Lake — Kirkland Lake Non-Profit Housing Corp. 


April 1,2002 


23. 


6(a) 


165-195 Pollock Avenue, Kirkland Lake — Kirkland Lake Non-Profit Housing Corp. 


April I, 2002 


24. 


6(a) 


105 Market Street, New Liskeard — New Liskeard Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


25. 


6(a) 


103 Market Street, New Liskeard — New Liskeard Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


26. 


6(a) 


259 Gordon Drive, Haileybury — Royal Canadian Legion Zone K 1 and Area Veterans Home 
Corporation 


April 1,2002 


27. 


7 


89-91, 93-95, 97-99 Wilson St., Kirkland Lake — Cochrane-Temiskaming Native Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 


28. 


7 


20, 20A Furiong St. — Kirkland Lake, 45, 47 Duncan Ave. — Kirkland Lake, 773, 775, 777, 779 
Government Rd. W. — Chaput Hughes, Kirkland Lake, Chaput Hughes — Cochrane-Temiskaming 
Native Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 


29. 


7 


282, 284 Cooke St. — Haleybury, 61, 63 Birch St. — North Cobalt, 109, 1 1 1 Carter Blvd. — North 
Cobalt, Haileybury, North Cobalt — Cochrane-Temiskaming Native Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 


30. 


7 


60, 62 Rand Ave. W. — Kirkland Lake, 835, 837 Government Rd. W. — Chaput Hughes. Kirkland 
Lake, Chaput Hughes — Cochrane-Temiskaming Native Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 


31. 


4 


370 Broadway, Haileybury — Shibelith Inc. 


April 1,2002 



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413 



ONTARIO REGULATION 89/02 

made under the 

SOCIAL HOUSING REFORM ACT, 2000 

' Made: February 2 1 , 2002 

Filed: March 12, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 456/0 1 
(Supportive Housing Providers — Section 64 of the Act) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 456/01 has not previously been 
amended. 

1. (1) The Table to Ontario Regulation 456/01 is amended 
by adding the following item opposite "City of Brantford" in 
Column 1: 



Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




6. Slovak Village Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


June 1, 2002 



(2) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item opposite "City of Cornwall" in Column 1: 



Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




7. Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph Housing Corporation 


June 1.2002 



(3) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items opposite "Regional Municipality of Durham" 
in Column 1: 



Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




25. Harmony-King Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1,2002 


26. Rougemount Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1, 2002 



(4) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items opposite "Regional Municipality of Halton" in 
Column 1: 



Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




16. Milton Community Homes Inc. 


June 1.2002 


17. Chartwell Baptist Community Homes Inc. 


June 1.2002 



(5) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item opposite "City of Hamilton" in Column 1 : 



Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




19. Hamilton East Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 



(6) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following items opposite "County of Hastings" in Column 1: 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




9. Marmora District Housing Commission 


June 1,2002 


10. North Hastings Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


June 1, 2002 



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(7) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item opposite "County of Lanark" in Column 1: 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




8. Tay Valley Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


June L 2002 



(8) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following Items opposite "County of Lennox and Addington" 
in Column 1: 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




4. The Appanea Wynds Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


June 1,2002 


5. URCA Housing Corporation 


June 1.2002 



(9) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item opposite "District Municipality of Muskoka" in 
Column 1: 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




6. Huntsville Legion Seniors Manor 


April 1, 2002 



(10) The Table to the Regulation is amended by, 

(a) striking out item 16 opposite "Regional Municipality of 
Peel" in Column 1 and substituting the following: 

1 6. Forum Italia Non-Profit Housing Corporation 

(b) adding the following item opposite "Regional Municipal- 
ity of Peel" in Column 1 : 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




36. Bristol Road Labourers' Local 183 N.P. Homes Inc 


June 1,2002 



(11) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item opposite "City of Peterborough" in Column 1: 



Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




12. LETA Brownscombe Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1, 2002 



(12) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item opposite "Regional Municipality of Waterloo" 
in Column 1: 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




32. Maple Heights Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


June 1,2002 



(13) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item opposite "City of Windsor" in Column 1: 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




27. The Frank Long Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1, 2002 



(14) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing items opposite "Regional Municipality or York" in Col- 
umn 1: 



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415 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




26. Our Lady of Smolensk Russian Orthodox Retirement Centre 


April 1,2002 


27. Robinson Street Non-Profit Homes (Maikham) Inc. 


April 1,2002 


28. Centre Green Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1,2002 



(15) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item opposite "District of Cochrane Social Services 
Administration Board" in Column 1: 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Columns 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




1 0. Kaleidoscope Co-operative Homes Inc. 


June 1,2002 



k 



(16) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following item opposite "District of Sault Ste. Marie Social 
Services Administration Board" in Column 1: 



t 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Columns 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




10. Cara Community Corporation 


April 1, 2002 



(17) The Table to the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following: 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 


Municipality of Chatham-Kent 


1. Clairvue Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1. 2002 


2. Columbus Estates of Chatham Inc. 


April 1.2002 


3. Corporal Harry Miner V.C. (Ont- 185) Senior Citizens Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


4. Labourview Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1. 2002 


5. New Beginnings Housing Project of Chatham 


April 1,2002 


6. Park Street United Church (Chatham) Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


7. Ridgetown Community Estates (Non-Profit) Inc. 


April 1. 2002 


8. Riverway Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


9. Wallaceburg Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


10. Wallaceburg Kinsmen Court Non-profit 


April 1,2002 


City of Greater Sudbury 


1 . Ashwood Co-operative Homes Incorporated 


April 1,2002 


2. Azilda Senior Citizen's Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


3. Balfour Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


4. Casa Bella Senior Citizen Apartments Inc. 


April 1. 2002 


5. Centreville 1 & 2 Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


6. Co-operative Homes of Prosperity and Equality Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


7. Friendship Place d'Amitie Residence (Rayside Balfour) 


April 1,2002 


8. Habitat Boreal Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


9. Horizon Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


10. Isles of Innisfree Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


1 1. La Co-operative d'Habitation Antigonish Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


12. La Société des Bons Amis de la Vallée Inc. 


April 1.2002 


13. La Société Nolin de Sudbury Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


14. Le Centre d'Habitation De Chelmsford Inc. 


April 1,2002 


15. Les Maisons Co-operative Val Caron Inc. 


April 1.2002 


16. Lighthouse Non-Profit Homes/Habitations A But Non-Lucratif le Phare Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


1 7. Maisons Co-operative St. Jacques Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


18. Gorham's Court Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


19. Palace Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April I, 2002 


20. Place Bonne Entente des Aines de Chelmsford 


April 1,2002 


21. Prism Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


22. Raiffeisen Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


23. Shamrock Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


24. Silo Co-operative Homes/Cooperative d'Habitation Silo Inc. 


April 1,2002 



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O. Reg. 89/02 



Column 1 


Column! 


Columns 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




25. Solidarity Lodge Senior Apartments (Sudbury) Inc. 


April 1,2002 


26. Springhill Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


27. Sudbury Finnish Rest Home Society Inc. 


April 1,2002 


28. Sudbury Y.W.C.A. Brookwood Apartments 


April 1,2002 


29. Ukrainian Senior Citizens' Complex of Sudbury Inc. 


April 1,2002 


30. Unicom Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


3 1 . Walden Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


32. Whitewater Seniors Residence (Legion 553) Inc. 


April 1,2002 


City of Kawartha Lakes 


1 . Fenelon Area Independent Living Association 


April 1, 2002 


2. Haliburton Community Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


3. Lindsay Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


4. Monmouth Township Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


5. Neighbourhood Housing in Lindsay 


April 1.2002 


6. Staanworth Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


Regional Municipality of Niagara 


1 . Arbour Village Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


2. Border Towne Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


3. Branch 393, Royal Canadian Legion Senior Citizens Complex 


April 1,2002 


4. Brookside Village Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


5. Calvary Seniors Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


6. Central Gospel Community Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


7. City of Niagara Falls Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


8. Cooperative d'Habitation Beauparlant Inc. 


April 1,2002 


9. Crystal Beach Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


10. Dove Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


1 1. Faith Lutheran Social Services (St. Catharines) 


April 1,2002 


12. Greenvale Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


13. La Residence des Aines Canadiens Français St. Catharines Inc. 


April 1,2002 


14. Meadowgreen Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


15. Moonstone Co-operative Homes 


April 1,2002 


16. Niagara Ina Grafton Gage Home of the United Church 


April 1,2002 


1 7. Northtown Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


18. Paderewski Society Home (Niagara) 


April 1,2002 


19. Port Colbome Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


20. Regatta Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


2 1 . Ridley Terrace Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


22. Shriner's Creek Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


23. Skyline Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


24. South Niagara Gateway Family Homes 


April 1,2002 


25. St. Catharines Senior Citizens Residence Inc. 


April I, 2002 


26. St. Charles Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


27. The Bethlehem Not-for-Profit Housing Projects of Niagara 


April 1.2002 


28. The Niagara Falls Y.W.C.A. Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


29. Thorold Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


30. Village Glen Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1. 2002 


3 1 . Vineyard Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


32. Watermark Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


33. Westwood Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


34. Woodrose Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


35. Lions Douglas Heights Seniors Residence Inc. 


April 1,2002 


36. Local 175 UFCW Residence Inc. 


April 1,2002 


37. People's Choice Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


38. Stamford Kiwanis Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


39. The St. Andrews Niagara Housing Development Corporation 


April 1,2002 


40. Ukrainian Non-Profit Homes Corporation of Niagara 


April 1,2002 


County of Northumberland 


1. Campbellford Memorial Multicare Lodge 


April 1,2002 


2. Campbellford Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


3. Cobourg Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


4. Northumberland Supportive Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


5. Port Hope Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


6. Sutherland Place Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


City of Ottawa 


1 . Asher Christian Seniors Inc. 


April 1,2002 


2. Barrhaven Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


April 1,2002 



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417 



Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 


- 


3. Cardinus Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1.2002 


4. Carpenter Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1.2002 


5. Centretown Citizens Ottawa Corporation 


April I, 2002 


6. City of Ottawa N.P.H.C. 


April 1.2002 


7. City of Ottawa Non-Pro fit Housing Corporation 


April 1. 2002 


8. Communityworks Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 


9. Cooperative d'Habitation St. Georges Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April I, 2002 


10. Cooperative d'Habitation Cote Est Inc. 


April 1.2002 


1 1 . Dalhousie Non-Profit Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1.2002 


12. Daybreak Non-Profit Shelter (Ecumenical) Corporation 


April 1.2002 


13. Dobbin Housing Co-operative Incorporated 


April I. 2002 


14. Eagleson Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


15. Eilwood House (Ottawa) Inc. 


April 1. 2002 


1 6. Emily Murphy Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


17. Glenn Haddrell Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April I. 2002 


1 8. Gloucester Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I. 2002 


19. The Township of Goulboum Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


20. Hazeldean Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April I. 2002 


2 1 . Kanata Baptist Place Incorporated 


April 1,2002 


22. La Commission de Logement de Vanier Non-Profit Housing Authority 


April 1. 2002 


23. Lao Village Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1.2002 


24. Mario de Giovanni Housing Co-operatives Inc. 


April 1.2002 


25. Nepean Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 


26. Serson Clarke Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


27. Taiga Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


28. Tannenhof Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1. 2002 


29. The Muslim Non-Profit Housing Corporation of Ottawa-Carleton 


April I. 2002 


30. The Shefford Heritage Housing Co-operative Incorporated 


April 1.2002 


3 1 . The Township of Osgoode Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I. 2002 


32. West Carleton Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I. 2002 


33. Yule Manor Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


34. Better Living Residential Co-operative Inc. 


April 1.2002 


35. Cartier Square Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


County of Renfrew 


I. G.T. Seniors Apartments of Amprior Incorporated 


April 1, 2002 


2. Killaloe & District Housing Inc. 


April 1.2002 


3. Kinsmen Court Home for Men & Women (Pembroke) Inc. 


April 1,2002 


4. Opeongo Non-Profit Community Residential Development Inc. 


April 1,2002 


5. Ottawaska Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


6. Petawawa Housing Corporation 


April I, 2002 


7. St. Joseph Non-Profit Housing (Pembroke) Corporation 


April 1,2002 


County of Simcoe 


1 . Angus Legion Gardens Senior Citizens Complex 


April 1,2002 


2. The Barrie Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


3. Coldwater Seniors" Apartments Inc. 


April I, 2002 


4. Collingwood Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1.2002 


5. Elizabeth Overend Non-Profit Housing Orillia Inc. 


April I, 2002 


6. Javelin Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1,2002 


7. Matthew Co-operative Housing Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


8. Mount Lakeview Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


9. Nottawasaga Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1.2002 


10. Orillia Community Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April I. 2002 


1 1 . The City of Orillia Municipal Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


12. Quaker Hill Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April I, 2002 


13. St. James Court Non-Profit Apartments Corporation 


April 1, 2002 


14. St. Mary's Seniors Residence Barrie Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


15. "We Care" Non-Profit Homes (Barrie) Inc. 


April 1,2002 


City of Stratford 


1 . Banbury Cross Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


2. Bard-of-Avon Housing Co-operative Inc. 


April 1,2002 


3. Festival City Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April 1, 2002 


4. Little Falls Co-operative Homes Inc. 


April I, 2002 


5. Spruce Lodge Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


April 1,2002 


6. Vineyard Village Non-Profit Homes of Stratford 


April 1, 2002 


7. Emily Murphy Second Stage Residences 


April 1.2002 



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Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 


The City of Toronto 


i. 127 Isabella Non-Profit Residence Inc. 


May I 


2002 


2. 1630 Lawrence Avenue West Residences Inc. 


May I 


2002 


3. Abbey field Houses Society of Toronto 


May 1 


2002 


4. ACLl Etobicoke Community Homes Inc. 


May I 


2002 


5. Aldebrain Attendant Care Services of Toronto 


May 1 


2002 


6. Almise Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


7. Anduhyaun Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


8. Ascot Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


9. Avenel Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


10. Barsa Kelly/Cari Can Co-Op Homes Inc. 


May I 


2002 


1 1 . Bazaar Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


12. Birmingham Homes Co-operative Inc. 


May I 


2002 


13. Blue Danube Housing Development 


May I 


2002 


14. B'Nai Brith Canada Family Housing Project (Torresdale) Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


15. Bonar-Parkdale Senior Citizen Non-Profit Housing Corp. 


May 1 


2002 


16. Brookbanks Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


17. Canrise Non-Profit Housing Inc. 


May I 


2002 


18. Casa Abruzzo Benevolent Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


1 9. Central King Seniors Residence 


May 1 


2002 


20. Chinese Evergreen Non-Profit Homes Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


2 1 . Chord Housing Co-operative Incorporated 


May 1 


2002 


22. Courtland Mews Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May I 


2002 


23. Deep Quong Non-Profit (Metro Toronto) Homes Inc. 


May I 


2002 


24. Dixon Neighbourhood Homes Incorporated 


May I 


2002 


25. Edgeview Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


26. Emescliffe Non-Profit Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


27. Espérance Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


May I 


2002 


28. Evangel Hall Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


May I 


2002 


29. Family Action Network Housing Corporation (Ontario) 


May 1 


2002 


30. Fred Victor Centre 


May I 


2002 


3 1 . Gardenview Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


32. Glen Gardens Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May I 


2002 


33. Habayit Shelanu Seniors Residences Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


34. Harmony Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


35. Hickory Tree Road Co-operative Homes 


May I 


2002 


36. Hospital Workers' Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


37. Houses Opening Today Toronto Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


38. Humbervale Christian Outreach Foundation Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


39. Inter Faith Homes (Centenary) Corporation 


May I 


2002 


40. Interchurch Community Housing Corp. 


May 1 


2002 


4 1 . Italian Canadian Benevolent Seniors Apartment Corp. 


May I 


2002 


42. Jenny Green Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May I 


2002 


43. Kingsway-Lambton Homes For Seniors Inc. 


May I 


2002 


44. Knights Village Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


45. La Paz Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


46. Lakeshore Gardens Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May I 


2002 


47. Lakeshore Village Artists Co-operative Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


48. Las Flores Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


49. Loyola Arrupe Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


50. Loyola Arrupe Phase II Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


5 1 . Margaret Laurence Housing Co-operative 


May I 


2002 


52. Marketview Housing Co-operative 


May 1 


2002 


53. Masaryktown Non-Profit Residences Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


54. McClintock Manor 


May I 


2002 


55. Metta Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


56. Micah Homes Non-Profit Housing Corporation 


May 1 


2002 


57. MyrmexNon-Profit Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


58. Nakiska Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


59. New Hibret Co-operative Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


60. Nishnawbe Homes Incorporated 


May I 


2002 


6 1 . Operating Engineers Local 793 Non-Profit Housing. Inc. 


May 1 


2002 


62. Operation Springboard 


May I 


2002 



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Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Service Manager 


Supportive Housing Providers 


Effective Date 




63. Our Saviour Thistletown Lutheran Lodge 


Mavl.2002 


64. Palisades Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1.2002 


65. Peggy and Andrew Brewin Co-operative 


May I, 2002 


66. Peregrine Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1.2002 


67. Performing Arts Lodges of Canada 


May 1. 2002 


68. Rakoczi Villa 


Mavl.2002 


69. Richview Baptist Foundation 


May 1.2002 


70. Riverdale United Non-Profit Homes Inc. 


May 1.2002 


71. Robert Cooke Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1.2002 


72. Scarborough Heights Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May I. 2002 


73. Secord Avenue Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1,2002 


74. St. John's Polish National Catholic Cathedral Residence Corp. 


May 1.2002 


75. St. Margaret Community Homes Inc. 


May 1.2002 


76. Stephenson Senior Link Homes 


May 1.2002 


77. The St. Margaret's Towers Inc. 


May 1.2002 


78. Tamil Co-operative Homes 


Mav 1.2002 


79. Terra Bella Non-Profit Housing Corp. 


May 1.2002 


80. Tobias House of Toronto - 1 


May 1.2002 


8 1 . Tobias House of Toronto - II 


May 1.2002 


82. Toronto Housing Company Inc. 


May 1.2002 


83. Toronto Refugee Community Non-Profit Homes & Services 


May 1.2002 


84. Ujamaa Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1.2002 


85. Upwood Park/Salvador Del Mundo Co-operative Homes Inc. 


May 1.2002 


86. Vila Caspar Corte Real Inc. 


May 1.2002 


87. Villa Otthon(Lambton) 


May 1.2002 


88. VincentPaul Family Homes Corporation 


May 1.2002 


89. Walton Place (Scarborough) Inc. 


May 1.2002 


90. West Rouge Housing Co-operative Inc. 


Mav 1,2002 


91. Westminster Church Seniors" Housing 


May 1.2002 


92. Wilmar Heights Housing Co-operative Inc. 


May 1.2002 


93. Woodgreen Community Housing Inc. 


May 1,2002 



r 



Chris Hodgson 
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing 



Dated on February 21, 2002. 
13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 90/02 

made under the 

PLANNING ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12,2002 

Amending O. Reg. 246/01 
(Development Permits) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 246/01 has not previously been amended. 

I. Paragraph 3 of Schedule 1 to Ontario Regulation 246/01 is 
amended by striking out "Oxtongue" at the end and substituting 
"Muskoka; Oxtongue". 

13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 91/02 

made under the 

REMEDIES FOR ORGANIZED CRIME AND 
OTHER UNLAWFUL ACTIVITIES ACT, 2001 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: February 12.2002 

GENERAL 

Orders For Payment of Legal Expenses 

Re Property Subject to Interlocutory Order 

(Sections 5 and 10 of act) 

Prescribed purpose 

1. An order under section 5 or 10 of the Act may apply only to 
reasonable legal expenses incurred in a proceeding under this Act for 
the purpose of establishing the person's claim to an interest in the 
property. 



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Funding 

2. When the Superior Court of Justice malces an order for payment 
of reasonable legal expenses under section 5 or 1 of the Act, it may 
also vary the interlocutory order made under section 4 or 9 of the Act, 
as the case may be, to allow the Attorney General to convert property 
to money in order to comply with the payment order. 

Monetary limits 

3. Payments under orders made under section 5 or 10 of the Act in 
respect of property that is the subject of a proceeding are subject to 
the following monetary limits: 

1. The maximum amount that is available to pay reasonable legal 
expenses is the amount shown in Column 2 of the Table to this 
section opposite the amount in Column 1 that applies to the 
property. 

2. The amount referred to in paragraph 1 is the maximum that is 
available for all claimants in respect of the same property. 

3. Legal expenses may only be for lawyers' fees, disbursements, 
fees for services of law clerks, articled students and investiga- 
tors, and costs for travel time. 

4. Lawyers' fees shall be calculated based on a number of hours 
worked that the court finds to be reasonable and on the hourly 
rate set out in Part I of Schedule 2 to Ontario Regulation 
107/99 made under the Legal Aid Services Act, 1998. 

5. Costs for travel time shall be calculated in accordance with 
item 23 of Part IV of Schedule 2 of the regulation referred to in 
paragraph 4, with necessary modifications. 

6. Fees for services shall be calculated based on a number of 
hours worked that the court finds to be reasonable and on the 
hourly rate set out in Schedule 3 to the regulation referred to in 
paragraph 4. 

7. Disbursements shall be calculated in accordance with Schedule 
6 of the regulation referred to in paragraph 4, with necessary 
modifications. 



TABLE 



Column I 


Column 2 


Total amount held (property 

that is money or has been 

converted to money) 


Maximum available for 
reasonable legal expenses 


$99.99 or less 


Nil 


$100 or more but less than 
$100,000 


25 per cent of total 


$100,000 or more but less than 
$1.000,000 


$25,000 plus 1 5 per cent of 
(total - 100,000) 


$1,000,000 or more 


$160,000 plus 10 per cent of 
(total -1,000,000) 



Public Notice re Conspiracy Proceeding 
(Section 1 3 of Act) 

Notice 

4. ( 1 ) On commencing a proceeding under section 1 3 of the Act, 
the Attorney General shall publish a notice of the proceeding in The 
Ontario Gazette and in Ontario Reports. 

(2) The Attorney General may also publish the notice in any other 
way or ways that will bring the proceeding to the attention of the 
public. 

(3) The Attorney General may, by motion with notice, seek direc- 
tions from the Superior Court of Justice for the purposes of subsec- 
fion (2). 

Personal Information 
(Section 1 9 of Act) 

Reviewing autliority | 

5. For the purposes of subsections 19 (4) and (5) of the Act, the^ 
reviewing authority is the civil forfeiture advisor in the Crown Law 
Office — Criminal of the Ministry of the Attorney General. 

Institutions, classes of persons and circumstances 

6. (I) The institutions listed in Column I of the Table to this sec- 
tion are prescribed for the purpose of paragraph 19 (4) 1 of the Act. 1 

(2) The classes of persons listed in Column 2 of the Table to this ' 
section are prescribed for the purpose of paragraph 19 (4) 2 of the 
Act. 



(3) The circumstances listed in Column 3 of the Table to this 
section are prescribed for the purpose of paragraph 19 (4) 3 of the 
Act. 



TABLE 



Item 


Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Institution 


Class of persons 


Circumstances 


1. 


Ministry of Agriculture, Food 
and Rural Affairs 


Employees of the institution who are directors, deputy 

directors, chief inspectors and inspectors under the following: 

Animals for Research Act 

Beef Cattle Marketing Act 

Dead Animal Disposal Act 

Farm Products Grades and Sales Act 

Livestock and Livestock Products Act 

Livestock Community Sales Act 

Livestock Medicines Act 

Meat Inspection Act 


Course of employment 


2. 


Ministry of Agriculture, Food 
and Rural Affairs 


Veterinarians who are inspectors under the Livestock 
Community Sales Act and are not employees of the institution 


Performance of duties and 
exercise of powers 


3. 


Ministry of Agriculture, Food 
and Rural Affairs 


Inspectors under the Meat Inspection Act who are not 
employees of the institution 


Performance of duties and 
exercise of powers 



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421 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Institution 


Class of persons 


Circumstances 


4. 


Ministry of Agriculture, Food 
and Rural Affairs 


Employees of the institution who are directors and deputy 
directors under the Milk Act 


Course of employment 


5. 


Ministry of Agriculture, Food 
and Rural Affairs 


Employees of the institution who are field-persons under the 
Milk Act 


Course of employment 


6. 


Ministry of Agriculture, Food 
and Rural Affairs 


Field-persons under the Milk Act who are appointed by a 
director who is apfwinted by the Minister, and who are not 
employees of the institution 


Performance of duties and 
exercise of powers 


7. 


Ministry of Agriculture, Food 
and Rural Affairs 


Employees of the institution who are inspectors and chief 
inspectors under the Edible Oil Products Act 


Course of employment 


8. 


Ministry of Agriculture, Food 
and Rural Affairs 


Analysts under the Edible Oil Products Act who are not 
employees of the institution 


Performance of duties and 
exercise of powers 


9. 


Livestock Financial Protection 
Board 


Persons who act as secretary to the Board 


Performance of duties as 
secretary to the Board 


10. 


Grain Financial Protection 
Board 


Persons who act as secretary to the Board 


Performance of duties as 
secretary to the Board 


11. 


Alcohol and Gaming 
Commission of Ontario 


Bureau Commander — Investigation and Enforcement Bureau 


Course of employment 


12. 


Ministry of Correctional 
Services 


Correctional officers, probation officers, parole officers and 
special investigators 


Course of employment 


13. 


Ministry of Education 


Assistant deputy ministers 


Course of employment 


14. 


Ministry of Energy, Science 
and Technology 


Inspectors under the Energy Efficiency Act 


Course of employment 


15. 


Ministry of Energy, Science 
and Technology 


Assistant Deputy Minister — Energy Division 


Course of employment 


16. 


Independent Electricity Market 
Operator 


Officers, directors and members of the Market Surveillance 
Panel 


Course of employment 


17. 


Ontario Energy Board . 


Inspectors and investigators 


Course of employment 


18. 


Ontario Energy Board 


Director of Licensing and all other employees involved in 
licensing 


Course of employment 


19. 


Ministry of the Environment 


Inspectors, investigators and enforcement personnel 


Course of employment 


20. 


Financial Services 
Commission of Ontario 


All employees and agents 


Course of monitoring, 
examining or investigating 
compliance with statutes 
administered by the institution 
Course of administering 
matters under the Motor 
Vehicles Accident Claims 
Fund 


21. 


Management Board Secretariat 


Assistant Deputy Minister — Internal Ministry Services 
Division 


Course of employment 


22. 


Ontario Realty Corporation 


Chief Financial Officer 


Course of employment 


23. 


Ministry of Natural Resources 


Director — Enforcement Branch, Manager — Evaluation and 
Special Services Unit, and Manager — Field Services Unit 


Course of employment 


24. 


Ministry of the Solicitor 
General 


Persons who are police officers as defined in the Police 
Services Act 


Course of employment 


25. 


Ministry of Training, Colleges 
and Universities 


Assistant deputy ministers 


Course of employment 


26. 


Any institution under the 
Municipal Freedom of 
Information and Protection of 
Privacy Act 


Persons who are police officers as defined in the Police 
Services Act 


Course of employment 



Criteria 

7. The following criteria are prescribed for the purpose of 
subsection 19 (5) of the Act: 

1. Paragraphs I, 2 and 3 of subsection 19 (4) of the Act have 
been complied with. 

2. Subsection 19 (8) of the Act has been complied with. 



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3. It is reasonable to believe that the disclosed information would 
be useful for a purpose described in subsection 19 (1) of the 
Act. 

4. The public interest outweighs the privacy interests of the per- 
son to whom the information relates, based on, 

i. the purposes set out in section 1 of the Act, 

ii. the importance of respecting relationships that are legally 
recognized to be privileged, 

iii. the person's reasonable expectation that the information 
will be kept private, and 

iv. any other factor that the reviewing authority considers 
relevant. 

Commencement 

8. This Regulation comes into force on the day the Remedies 
for Organized Crime and Other Unlawful Activities Act, 2001 is 
proclaimed in force. 

13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 92/02 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: February 25, 2002 

Approved: March 8, 2002 

Filed: March 12,2002 

Amending O. Reg. 183/97 
(Letters of Permission) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 1 83/97 has not previously been amended. 

1. (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Ontario Regulation 183/97 is 
amended by striking out "in duplicate, an application in Form 1 
or la" in the portion before clause (a) and substituting "an appli- 
cation in Form 1". 

(2) Clause 1 (1) (b) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(b) at least one advertisement was published in a daily newspaper 
having provincial circulation in Ontario or on a publicly acces- 
sible website approved by the Minister; 

2. Forms 1 and la of the Regulation are revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 



On behalf of 



Form 1 

Education Act 
APPLICATION FOR LETTER OF PERMISSION 

(name of board) 



A LETTER OF PERMISSION is requested to employ 



(name in full) 



Social Insurance Number 

as a teacher of the 

at 



division 
school. 



from 20 to 20 

1 certify and attach evidence that the Board has complied with section 1 of Ontario Regulation 183/97, including a copy of the most recent 
advertisement or posting of the position for which the Letter of Permission is required. 



Date 



Date 



Director of Education or Secretary of the Board 
LETTER OF PERMISSION IS HEREBY GRANTED 

(Name) 
Minister of Education (or delegate) 



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Formule 1 

Loi sur l 'éducation 
DENMNDE DE PERMISSION INTÉRIMAIRE 



Au nom du 



(nom du conseil) 



Une PERMISSION INTÉRIMAIRE est demandée pour l'emploi de : 



(prénoms et nom) 
dont le numéro d'assurance sociale est 

en qualité d'enseignant au cycle 

à l'école 

du 20 au 20 

Je certifie et joins la preuve que le Conseil s'est conformé à l'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 183/97. Vous trouverez également ci-joint 
une copie de l'annonce la plus récente du poste pour lequel la permission intérimaire est demandée. 



Date: 



Le directeur de l 'éducation ou le secrétaire du Conseil. 



LA PERMISSION INTÉRIMAIRE EST ACCORDÉE PAR LA PRÉSENTE. 

Le ministre de l 'Education (ou son délégué) 



Date : 



(nom) 



Janet Ecker 
Minister of Education 

Dated on February 25, 2002. 
13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 93/02 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 168/00 

(Calculation of Average Daily Enrolment for the 2000-2001 

School Board Fiscal Year) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 168/00 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. The French version of subclause (b) (iv) of the definition of 
"summer school class or course" in subsection 4 (1) of Ontario 
Regulation 168/00 is revoked and the following substituted: 

(iv) destiné aux élèves qui étaient inscrits en neuvième année 
ou dans une année subséquente et auxquels le directeur, le 
chef ou le responsable de l'école ou de l'établissement où 
l'élève était inscrit a recommandé un programme de rattra- 
page de neuvième ou de dixième année destiné à accroître 



ï 



leur aptitude à lire, à écrire et à compter mais ne donnant 
pas droit à crédit, 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 93/02 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 8 mars 2002 
déposé le 12 mars 2002 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 168/00 
(Calcul de l'effectif quotidien moyen pour 
l'exercice 2000-2001 des conseils scolaires) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 168/00 a été modifié anté- 
rieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la 
Table des règlements publiée dans la Gazelle de 
l'Ontario du 19 janvier 2002. 

1. La version française du sous-alinéa b) (iv) de la définition de 
«classe ou cours d'été» au paragraphe 4 (1) du Règlement de 
l'Ontario 168/00 est abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 



I 



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(iv) destiné aux élèves qui étaient inscrits en neuvième année 
ou dans une année subséquente et auxquels le directeur, le 
chef ou le responsable de l'école ou de l'établissement où 
l'élève était inscrit a recommandé un programme de rattra- 
page de neuvième ou de dixième année destiné à accroître 
leur aptitude à lire, à écrire et à compter mais ne donnant 
pas droit à crédit, 



13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 94/02 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12,2002 

Amending O. Reg. 154/01 

(Student Focused Funding — Legislative Grants 

for the 2001-2002 School Board Fiscal Year) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 154/01 has not previously been amended. 

1. (I) Subparagraph I ii of subsection 12 (1) of Ontario Regu- 
lation 154/01 is amended by striking out "and 442.5 (23)" and 
substituting "442.5 (23) and 442.8 (16)". 

(2) The English version of subparagraphs 1 xii and xiii of sub- 
section 12 (1) of the Regulation are amended by striking out 
'^Payments in Lieu Act (Canada)" wherever it appears and substi- 
tuting in each case '"^Payments in Lieu of Taxes Act (Canada)". 

(3) Paragraph 7 of subsection 12 (1) of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "and 442.6 (3) of the Municipal Act" and 
substituting "442.6 (3), 442.7 (13), (14), (15), (17), (18) and (19) 
and 442.8 (8) of the Municipal Acr. 

2. (1) Subsection 19 (3) of the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing the following paragraph: 

4. 1 A facility designated under the Developmental Services Act. 

(2) Subsection 19 (7) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "$67 million" and substituting "$71 million". 

3. Paragraphs 4 and 5 of subsection 32 (10) of the Regulation 
are revoked and the following substituted: 

4. Subject to paragraph 6, if a board does not use a QECO catego- 
ries system for salary piuposes in relation to an elementary 
school teacher employed by it, the classification system used 
by the board for elementary school teachers in filling out the 
2001 Data Form A submitted to the Office of Collective Bar- 
gaining Information of the Ministry of Labour is used for that 
teacher for the purposes of this section. 

5. Subject to paragraph 6, if a board does not use an AEFO certi- 
fication system, a QECO categories system or an OSSTF certi- 
fication system for salary purposes in relation to a secondary 
school teacher employed by it, the classification system used 
by the board for secondary school teachers in filling out the 
2001 Data Form A submitted to the Office of Collective Bar- 
gaining Information of the Ministry of Labour is used for that 
teacher for the purposes of this section. 

4. Paragraph 13 of subsection 36 (9) of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "paragraph 12" and substituting "para- 
graph 11". 



5. (1) Subparagraph 1 ii of subsection 44 (3) of the Regulation 
is amended by striking out "and 442.5 (23)" and substituting 

"442.5 (23) and 442.8 (16)". 

(2) The English version of subparagraphs 1 xii and xiii of sub- 
section 44 (3) of the Regulation are amended by striking out 
^'■Payments in Lieu Act (Canada)" wherever it appears and substi- 
tuting in each case ^Payments in Lieu of Taxes Act (Canada)". 

(3) Paragraph 7 of subsection 44 (3) of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "and 442.6 (3) of the Municipal Acf" and 
substituting "442.6 (3), 442.7 (13), (14), (15), (17), (18) and (19) 
and 442.8 (8) of the Municipal Acr. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 94/02 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 8 mars 2002 
déposé le 1 2 mars 2002 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 154/01 
(Financement axé sur les besoins des élèves — subventions 
générales pour l'exercice 2001-2002 des conseils scolaires) 



Remarque : 



Le Règlement de l'Ontario 154/01 n'a pas été modifié 
antérieurement. 



1. (1) La sous-disposition 1 ii du paragraphe 12 (1) du Règle- 
ment de l'Ontario 154/01 est modifiée par substitution de «, 442.5 
(23) et 442.8 (16)» à «et 442.5 (23)». 

(2) La version anglaise des sous-dispositions 1 xii et xiii du 
paragraphe 12 (1) du Règlement est modifiée par substitution de 
«Payments in Lieu of Taxes Act (Canada)» à «Payments in Lieu 
Act (Canada)» partout où figure cette expression. 

(3) La disposition 7 du paragraphe 12 (1) du Règlement est 
modifiée par substitution de «, 442.6 (3), 442.7 (13), (14), (15), 
(17), (18) et (19) et 442.8 (8) de la Loi sur les municipalités» à «et 
442.6 (3) de la Loi sur les municipalités». 

2. (1) Le paragraphe 19 (3) du Règlement est modifié par ad- 
jonction de la disposition suivante : 

4. 1 Les établissements désignés en vertu de la Loi sur les services 
aux personnes ayant une déficience intellectuelle. 

(2) Le paragraphe 19 (7) du Règlement est modifié par substi- 
tution de «71 millions de dollars» à «67 millions de dollars». 

3. Les dispositions 4 et 5 du paragraphe 32 (10) du Règlement 
sont abrogées et remplacées par ce qui suit : 

4. Sous réserve de la disposition 6, si un conseil n'utilise pas le 
système de catégories du COEQ aux fins de l'établissement du 
salaire d'un enseignant de l'élémentaire qu'il emploie, le sys- 
tème de classification qu'il utilise dans le cas des enseignants 
de l'élémentaire pour remplir le Formulaire de dormées A 2001 
qui est remis au Bureau d'information siu° les négociations col- 
lectives du ministère du Travail est utilisé à l'égard de cet en- 
seignant pour l'application du présent article. 

5. Sous réserve de la disposition 6, si un conseil n'utilise ni li 
système de catégories du COEQ, ni le système de certificatid 
de l'AEFO ou de la FEESO aux fins de l'établissement du s» 
laire d'un enseignant du secondaire qu'il emploie, le systènK 
de classification qu'il utilise dans le cas des enseignants du se 
condaire pour remplir le Formulaire de données A 2001 qui es 
remis au Bureau d'information sur les négociations collectives' 



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du ministère du Travail est utilisé à l'égard de cet enseignant 
pour l'application du présent article. 

4. La disposition 13 du paragraphe 36 (9) du Règlement est 
modifiée par substitution de «disposition 1 1» à «disposition 12». 

5. (1) La sous-disposition 1 ii du paragraphe 44 (3) du Règle- 
ment est modinée par substitution de «, 442.5 (23) et 442.8 (16)» à 
«et 442.5 (23)». 

(2) La version anglaise des sous-dispositions 1 xii et xiii du 
paragraphe 44 (3) du Règlement est modifiée par substitution de 
«Payments in Lieu of Taxes Act (Canada)» à «Payments in Lieu 
Act (Canada)» partout où figure cette expression. 

(3) La disposition 7 du paragraphe 44 (3) du Règlement est 
modifiée par substitution de «, 442.6 (3), 442.7 (13), (14), (15), 
(17), (18) et (19) et 442.8 (8) de la Loi sur les municipalités» à «et 
442.6 (3) de la Loi sur les municipalités». 

13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 95/02 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 20/98 
(Education Development Charges — General) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 20/98 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. (1) The definition of "existing industrial building" in section 
1 of Ontario Regulation 20/98 is revoked and the following substi- 
tuted: 

"existing industrial building" means a building used for or in connec- 
tion with, 

(a) manufacturing, producing, processing, storing or distributing 
something, 

(b) research or development in connection with manufacturing, 
producing or processing something, 

(c) retail sales by a manufacturer, producer or processor of some- 
thing they manufactured, produced or processed, if the retail 

^ sales are at the site where the manufacturing, production or 
processing takes place, 

(d) office or administrative purposes, if they are, 

(i) carried out with respect to manufacturing, producing, 
processing, storage or disuibuting of something, and 

(ii) in or attached to the building or structure used for that 
manufacturing, producing, processing, storage or distribu- 
tion; ("immeuble industriel existant") 

(2) Section 1 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(2) References in this Regulation to the "board-determined GFA" 
are references to. 



(a) the gross floor area as determined under the applicable educa- 
tion development charge by-law, if the expression "gross floor 
area" is defined in the by-law; or 

(b) the gross floor area as defined in subsection (1), if the applica- 
ble education development charge by-law does not contain a 
definition of "gross floor area". 

2. The French version of the Table in section 3 of the Regula- 
tion is amended by adding "le plus petit" before "que contient" in 
the fourth column opposite "Autres immeubles d'habitation". 

3. Subsection 5 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(2) If the board-determined GFA of the non-residential part of the 
replacement building exceeds the board-determined GFA of the non- 
residential part of the building being replaced, the board is only 
required to exempt the owner with respect to the portion of the 
education development charge calculated in accordance with the 
following formula: 



Exempted portion = [GFA(old) -^ GFA(new)] x EDC 



where. 



I 



"Exempted portion" means the portion of the educafion development 
charge that the board is required to exempt, 

"GFA (old)" means the board-determined GFA of the non-residential 
part of the building being replaced, 

"GFA (new)" means the board-determined GFA of the non-residential 
part of the replacement building, 

"EDC" means the education development charge that would be pay- 
able in the absence of the exemption. 

4. (1) Subparagraph 9 iii of section 7 of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "growth-related net education land cost" 
and substituting "forecasted growth-related net education land 
cost". 

(2) Section 7 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing paragraph: 

9. 1 Despite paragraph 9, if the board intends to impose different 
charges on different types of residential development, the 
board shall determine, 

i. the percentage of the growth-related net education land 
cost to be funded by charges on residential development 
that is to be funded by each type of residential develop- 
ment, 

ii. the charges on each type of residential development, sub- 
ject to the rules in subparagraphs 9 i, ii and iii. 

(3) Subsubparagraph 10 i A of section 7 of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "gross floor areia" and substituting 
"board-determined GFA". 

(4) Subparagraph 10 vi of section 7 of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "growth-related net education land cost" 
and substituting "forecasted growth-related net education land 
cost". 

5. Paragraph 2 of section 10 of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

2. At least one of the following conditions: 

i. The estimated average number of elementary school pupils 
of the board over the five years immediately following the 
day the board intends to have the by-law come into force 
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elementary school pupils throughout its jurisdiction on the 
day the by-law is passed. 

ii. The estimated average number of secondary school pupils 
of the board over the five years immediately following the 
day the board intends to have the by-law come into force 
exceeds the total capacity of the board to accommodate 
secondary school pupils throughout its jurisdiction on the 
day the by-law is passed. 

iii. At the time of expiry of the board's last education devel- 
opment charge by-law that applies to all or part of the area 
in which the charges would be imposed, the balance in the 
education development charge reserve fund is less than the 
amount required to pay outstanding commitments to meet 
growth-related net education land costs, as calculated for 
the purposes of determining the education development 
charges imposed under that by-law. 

6. Section 13 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

13. If a proposed amendment to an education development charge 
by-law would change a rate used to determine the amount of an edu- 
cation development charge, section 7 applies with necessary modifica- 
tions before the by-law to make the amendment is passed. 

7. Clause 16 (2) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(a) for growth-related net education land costs attributed to or 
resulting from development in the area to which the education 
development charge by-law applies; 

8. Section 18 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsections: 

(2) Despite subsection ( 1 ), 

(a) the prescribed interest rate for periods after this subsection 
comes into force for the purposes of subsections 257.69 (3) and 
257.90 (2) of the Act, in respect of refunds in connection with 
an education development charge by-law, is the rate of interest 
determined under subsection (3); and 

(b) the minimum interest rate that a board shall pay for the pur- 
poses of section 257.99 of the Act in respect of an amount bor- 
rowed from an education development charge reserve fund es- 
tablished in connection with an education development charge 
by-law diat is made after the day this subsection comes into 
force is the rate of interest determined under subsection (3). 

(3) For the purposes of subsection (2), the rate of interest in re- 
spect of amounts payable in connection with an education develop- 
ment charge by-law is, 

(a) the Bank of Canada rate on the day the by-law comes into 
force; or 

(b) the Bank of Canada rate on the day the by-law comes into 
force, as adjusted to the current Bank of Canada rate on the 
first day of every following January, April, July and October, if 
the by-law authorizes the adjustments. 

9. Subsection 19 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(2) A reference in the Schedule to an upper-tier municipality or to 
a local municipality shall be read as a reference to the geographic area 
that is under the jurisdiction of the municipality on January 1, 2002, 
unless otherwise stated in the Schedule. 

(3) In this section and the Schedule, 

"local municipality'" means a single-tier municipality or a lower-tier 
municipality; ("municipalité locale") 



"upper-tier municipality" means a municipality of which two or more 
lower-tier municipalities form part for municipal purposes, ("muni- 
cipalité de palier supérieur") 

(4) In subsection (3), 

"lower-tier municipality" means a municipality that forms part of an 
upper-tier municipality for municipal purposes; ("municipalité de 
palier inférieur") 

"municipality" means a geographic area whose inhabitants are incor- 
porated; ("municipalité") 

"single-tier municipality" means a municipality, other than an upper- 
tier municipality, that does not form part of an upper-tier munici- 
pality for municipal purposes, ("municipalité à palier unique") 

10. (1) Paragraph 6 of subsection 20 (1) of the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

6. The total board-determined GFA of the non-residential devel- 
opment in respect of which education development charges, 
determined using a rate applied to the board-determined GFA 
of the development, are imposed by the board. The total 
board-determined GFA shall not include the gross floor area of 
a development with respect to which subsection 257.55 (3) of 
the Act applies or the board-determined GFA to which subsec- 
tion 5 (2) of this Regulation applies. 

(2) Paragraph 9 of subsection 20 (1) of the Regulation is 
amended by striking out "gross floor area" wherever it appears in 
subparagraphs i and ii and substituting in each case "board- 
determined GFA". 

11. (1) The Schedule (Regions) to the Regulation is amended 
by striking out the heading "Northern Ontario". 

(2) Paragraph 2 of the Schedule (Regions) to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

2. The area of jurisdiction of the former Beardmore, Geraldton, 
Longlac and Area Board of Education, as it existed on Decem- 
ber 31, 1997, and the former Kilkenny District School Area. 

(3) Paragraph 6 of the Schedule (Regions) to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

6. The area of jurisdiction of the former Dryden Board of Educa- 
tion, as it existed on December 31, 1997, and the former Stur- 
geon Lake District School Area. 

(4) Paragraph 16 of the Schedule (Regions) to the Regulation is 
revoked and the following substituted: 

16. The area of jurisdiction of the former Lakehead Board of 
Education, as it existed on December 31, 1997 and the former 
Kashabowie District School Area. 

(5) Paragraphs 29 to 72 of the Schedule (Regions) to the Regu- 
lation are revoked and the following substituted: 

29. The local municipality of South Algonquin. 

30. The local municipalities of Brantford and County of Brant. 

3 1 . The upper-tier municipality of Bruce. 

32. The upper-tier municipality of Dufferin. 

33. The upper-tier municipality of Elgin and the local municipality 
of St. Thomas. 

34. The upper-tier municipality of Essex and the local municipality 
of Pelee. 

35. The geographic area of the Frontenac Management Board, as 
set out in paragraph 3.3 (b) of an Order made under section 



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25.2 of the Municipal Act on January 7, 1997 and published in 
ne Ontario Gazette dated February 15. 1997, and the local 
municipality of Kingston. 

36. The upper-tier municipality of Grey. 

37. The upper-tier municipality of Haliburton. 

38. The upper-tier municipality of Hastings, the local municipality 
of Belleville and the portions of the geographic area of the 
local municipality of Quinte West that on December 31, 1997 
were included in the geographic area of the upper-tier 
municipality of Hastings or of the former City of Trenton. 

39. The upper-tier municipality of Huron. 

40. The local municipality of Chatham-Kent. 

4 1 . The upper-tier municipality of Lambton. 

42. The upper-tier municipality of Lanark and the local municipal- 
ity of Smiths Falls. 

43. The upper-tier municipality of Leeds and Grenville and the 
local municipalities of Brockville, Gananoque and Prescott. 

44. The upper-tier municipality of Lennox and Addington. 

45. The upper-tier municipality of Middlesex. 

46. The upper-tier municipality of Northumberland, the local 
municipality of Clarington and the portion of the geographic 
area of the local municipality of Quinte West that on December 
31, 1997 was included in the geographic area of the upper-tier 
municipality of Northumberland. 

47. The upper-tier municipality of Oxford. 

48. The upper-tier municipality of Perth and the local municipali- 
ties of St. Marys and Stratford. 

49. The upper-tier municipality of Peterborough and the local 
municipality of Peterborough. 

50. The upper-tier municipality of Prescott and Russell. 

5 1 . The local municipality of County of Prince Edward. 

52. The upper-tier municipality of Renfrew and the local munici- 
pality of Pembroke. 

53. The upper-tier municipality of Simcoe and the local munici- 
palities of Barrie and Orillia. 

54. The upper-tier municipality of Stormont, Dundas and Glen- 
garry and the local municipality of Cornwall. 

55. The local municipality of Kawartha Lakes. 

56. The upper-tier municipality of Wellington and the local 
municipality of Guelph. 

57. The upper-tier municipality of Durham, except for the local 
municipality of Clarington. 

58. The local municipality of Haldimand County. 

59. The local municipality of Norfolk County. 

60. The upper-tier municipality of Halton. 

6 1 . The local municipality of Hamilton. 

62. The portion of the upper-tier municipality of Niagara that on 
December 31, 1997 was the school division of The Lincoln 
County Board of Education. 



63. The portion of the upper-tier municipality of Niagara that on 
December 31, 1997 was the school division of The Niagara 
South Board of Education. 

64. The local municipality of Ottawa. 

65. The upf)er-tier municipality of Peel. 

66. The upper-tier municipality of Waterloo. 

67. The upper-tier municipality of York. 

68. The local municipality of London. 

69. The local municipality of Toronto. 

70. The local municipality of Windsor. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 95/02 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 8 mars 2002 
défHJsé le 12 mars 2002 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 20/98 
(Redevances d'aménagement scolaires — dispositions générales) 

Remarque : Le Règlement de l'Ontario 20/98 a été modifié anté- 
rieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la 
Table des règlements publiée dans la Gazelle de 
l Ontario du 19 janvier 2002. 

1. (1) La définition de «immeuble industriel existant» à 
l'article 1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 20/98 est abrogée et rempla- 
cée par ce qui suit : 

«immeuble industriel existant» Immeuble utilisé aux fins ou dans le 
cadre de ce qui suit : 

a) la fabrication, la production, le traitement, l'entreposage ou la 
distribution de quelque chose; 

b) les activités de recherche ou de développement effectuées dans 
le cadre de la fabrication, de la production ou du traitement de 
quelque chose; 

c) la vente au détail d'une chose par la personne qui l'a fabriquée, 
produite ou traitée, si la vente est effectuée au lieu de fabrica- 
tion, de production ou de traitement; 

d) aux fins de bureaux ou à des fins d'administration qui remplis- 
sent les conditions suivantes : 

(i) elles concernent la fabrication, la production, le traitement, 
l'entreposage ou la distribution de quelque chose. 

(ii) elles sont poursuivies dans l'immeuble ou la construction 
utilisé aux fins de ces activités de fabrication, de produc- 
tion, de traitement, d'entreposage ou de distribution, ou 
dans un immeuble ou une construction qui lui est rattaché, 
(«existing industrial building») 

(2) L'article 1 du Règlement est modifié par adjonction du 
paragraphe suivant : 

(2) La mention dans le présent règlement de l'expression «SPHOB 
fixée par le conseil» vaut mention de ce qui suit : 

a) la surface de plancher hors oeuvre brute fixée en application du 
règlement de redevances d'aménagement scolaires applicable, 
si l'expression «surface de plancher hors oeuvre brute» est 
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b) la surface de plancher hors oeuvre brute au sens du paragraphe 
(1), si le règlement de redevances d'aménagement scolaires 
applicable ne contient aucune définition de l'expression «sur- 
face de plancher hors oeuvre brute». 

2. La version française du tableau figurant à l'article 3 du 
Règlement est modifiée par insertion de «le plus petit» avant «que 
contient» dans la quatrième colonne en regard de l'entrée «Autres 
immeubles d'habitation». 

3. Le paragraphe 5 (2) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé 
par ce qui suit : 

(2) Si la SPHOB fixée par le conseil à l'égard de la partie non 
résidentielle de l'immeuble de remplacement est supérieure à celle 
visant la partie non résidentielle de l'immeuble qui est en voie d'être 
remplacé, le conseil n'est tenu d'exonérer le propriétaire que de la 
fraction de la redevance d'aménagement scolaire qui est calculée 
selon la formule suivante : 

Fraction exonérée = [SPHOB (ancienne) + SPHOB (nouvelle)] x RAS 



«fraction exonérée» représente la fraction de la redevance 
d'aménagement scolaire dont le conseil est tenu d'exonérer le pro- 
priétaire; 

«SPHOB (ancienne)» représente la SPHOB fixée par le conseil à 
l'égard de la partie non résidentielle de l'immeuble qui est en voie 
d'être remplacé; 

«SPHOB (nouvelle)» représente la SPHOB fixée par le conseil à 
l'égard de la partie non résidentielle de l'immeuble de remplace- 
ment; 

«RAS» représente la redevance d'aménagement scolaire qui serait 
exigible sans l'exonération. 

4. (1) La sous-disposition 9 iii de l'article 7 du Règlement est 
modifiée par substitution de «des dépenses immobilières nettes à 
fin scolaire liées à la croissance prévues» à «des dépenses immobi- 
lières nettes à fin scolaire liées à la croissance». 

(2) L'article 7 du Règlement est modifié par adjonction de la 
disposition suivante : 

9.1 Malgré la disposition 9, s'il a l'intention d'imposer des rede- 
vances différentes sur différentes sortes d'aménagements rési- 
dentiels, le conseil fixe : 

i. le pourcentage des dépenses immobilières nettes à fin 
scolaire liées à la croissance qui doit être financé par des 
redevances imposées sur un aménagement résidentiel qui 
doit lui-même être financé en fonction de chaque sorte 
d'aménagement résidentiel, 

ii. les redevances imposées sur chaque sorte d'aménagement 
résidentiel, sous réserve des règles énoncées aux sous- 
dispositions 9 i, ii et iii. 

(3) La sous-sous-disposition 10 i A de l'article 7 du Règlement 
est modifiée par substitution de «SPHOB fixée par le conseil à 
l'égard» à «surface de plancher hors oeuvre brute». 

(4) La sous-disposition 10 vi de l'article 7 du Règlement est 
modifiée par substitution de «dépenses immobilières nettes à fin 
scolaire liées à la croissance prévues» à «dépenses immobilières 
nettes à fin scolaire liées à la croissance». 

5. La disposition 2 de l'article 10 du Règlement est abrogée et 
remplacée par ce qui suit : 

2. Au moins une des conditions suivantes : 



i. Le nombre moyen estimatif des élèves de l'élémentaire du 
conseil au cours des cinq années qui suivent le jour où il a 
l'intention de faire entrer le règlement en vigueur est supé- 
rieur à sa capacité d'accueil totale à l'élémentaire dans tout 
son territoire de compétence le jour de l'adoption du rè- 
glement. 

ii. Le nombre moyen estimatif des élèves du secondaire du 
conseil au cours des cinq années qui suivent le jour où il a 
l'intention de faire entrer le règlement en vigueur est supé- 
rieur à sa capacité d'accueil totale au secondaire dans tout 
son territoire de compétence le jour de l'adoption du rè- 
glement. 

iii. Au moment de l'expiration du dernier règlement de rede- 
vances d'aménagement scolaires du conseil qui s'applique 
à tout ou partie du territoire dans lequel les redevances se- 
raient imposées, le fonds de réserve de redevances 
d'aménagement scolaires affiche un solde inférieur à la 
somme nécessaire pour payer les engagements en cours 
pour couvrir les dépenses immobilières nettes à fin scolaire 
liées à la croissance, telles qu'elles sont calculées aux fins 
du calcul des redevances d'aménagement scolaires impo- 
sées en application de ce règlement. 

6. L'article 13 du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par ce qui 
suit : 

13. Si la modification envisagée d'un règlement de redevances 
d'aménagement scolaires devait entraîner le changement d'un taux 
qui sert à calculer le montant des redevances, l'article 7 s'applique, 
avec les adaptations nécessaires, avant l'adoption du règlement modi- 
ficatif 

7. L'alinéa 16 (2) a) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé pai: 
ce qui suit : 

a) aux fins des dépenses immobilières nettes à fin scolaire liées à 
la croissance qui sont imputées à des travaux d'aménagement 
effectués dans le territoire auquel s'applique le règlement de 
redevances d'aménagement scolaires ou qui résulteront de ces 
travaux; 

8. L'article 18 du Règlement est modifié par adjonction des 
paragraphes suivants : 

(2) Malgré le paragraphe (1): 

a) le taux d'intérêt prescrit pour les périodes postérieures à 
l'entrée en vigueur du présent paragraphe pour l'application 
des paragraphes 257.69 (3) et 257.90 (2) de la Loi, à l'égard 
des remboursements effectués dans le cadre d'un règlement de 
redevances d'aménagement scolaires, est celui calculé en 
application du paragraphe (3); 

b) le taux d'intérêt minimal que doit payer un conseil pour' 
l'application de l'article 257.99 de la Loi à l'égard de sommes 
empruntées sur un fonds de réserve de redevances 
d'aménagement scolaires constitué dans le cadre d'un règle- 
ment de redevances d'aménagement scolaires adopté après le 
jour de l'entrée en vigueur du présent paragraphe est celui cal- 
culé en application du paragraphe (3). 

(3) Pour l'application du paragraphe (2), le taux d'intérêt prescrit à 
l'égard de sommes payables dans le cadre d'un règlement de redevan- 
ces d'aménagement scolaires est le suivant : 

a) le taux de la Banque du Canada le jour de l'entrée en vigueur 
du règlement; 

b) le taux de la Banque du Canada le jour de l'entrée en vigueur 
du règlement, redressé de façon à refléter le taux en vigueur le 
premier jour de chacun des mois de janvier, d'avril, de juillet et 
d'octobre suivants, si le règlement autorise de tels redresse- 
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9. Le paragraphe 19 (2) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé 
parce qui suit : 

(2) La mention à l'annexe d'une municipalité de palier supérieur 
ou d'une municipalité locale vaut mention de la zone géographique 
qui relève de la compétence de cette municipalité le I" janvier 2002, 
sauf indication contraire dans l'annexe. 



(3) Les déflnitions qui suivent s'appliquent au présent article 
l'annexe. 



et à 



l'annexe 

«municipalité de palier supérieur» Municipalité dont font partie deux 
municipalités de palier inférieur ou plus aux fins municipales, 
(«upper-tier municipality») 

«municipalité locale» Municipalité à palier unique ou municipalité de 
palier inférieur, («local municipality») 

(4) Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent au paragraphe (3). 

«municipalité» Zone géographique dont les habitants sont constitués 
en personne morale, («municipality») 

«municipalité à palier unique» Municipalité, à l'exclusion d'une 
municipalité de palier supérieur, qui ne fait pas partie d'une muni- 
cipalité de palier supérieur aux fins municipales, («single-tier mu- 
nicipality») 

«municipalité de palier inférieur» Municipalité qui fait partie d'une 
municipalité de palier supérieur aux fins municipales, («lower-tier 
municipality») 

10. (1) La disposition 6 du paragraphe 20 (1) du Règlement est 
abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

6. La SPHOB totale fixée par le conseil à l'égard de 
l'aménagement non résidentiel à l'égard duquel le conseil im- 
pose des redevances d'aménagement scolaires calculées à 
l'aide d'un taux appliqué à la SPHOB fixée par le conseil à 
l'égard de l'aménagement. La SPHOB totale fixée par le 
conseil ne comprend pas la surface de plancher hors oeuvre 
brute d'un aménagement auquel s'applique le paragraphe 
257.55 (3) de la Loi ni la SPHOB fixée par le conseil à laquelle 
s'applique le paragraphe 5 (2) du présent règlement. 

(2) La disposition 9 du paragraphe 20 (1) du Règlement est 
modifiée par substitution de «SPHOB fixée par le conseil à 
l'égard» à «surface de plancher hors oeuvre brute» aux sous- 
dispositions i et ii. 

11. (1) L'annexe du Règlement intitulée «Annexe (régions)» 
est modifiée par suppression du titre «Nord de l'Ontario». 

(2) La disposition 2 de l'annexe (régions) du Règlement est 
abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

2. Le territoire de compétence de l'ancien conseil appelé Beard- 
more, Geraldton, Longlac and Area Board of Education, tel 
qu'il existait le 31 décembre 1997, et l'ancien secteur scolaire 
de district de Kilkenny. 

(3) La disposition 6 de l'annexe (régions) du Règlement est 
abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

6. Le territoire de compétence de l'ancien conseil appelé Dryden 
Board of Education, tel qu'il existait le 31 décembre 1997, et 
l'ancien secteur scolaire de district de Sturgeon Lake. 

(4) La disposition 16 de l'annexe (régions) du Règlement est 
abrogée et remplacée par ce qui suit : 

16. Le territoire de compétence de l'ancien conseil appelé Lake- 
head Board of Education,- tel qu'il existait le 31 décembre 
1997, et l'ancien secteur scolaire de district de Kashabowie. 



(S) Les dispositions 29 à 72 de l'annexe (régions) du Règlement 
sont abrogées et remplacées par ce qui suit : 

29. La municipalité locale de South Algonquin. 

30. Les municipalités locales de Brantford et du comté de Brant. 

31. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Bruce. 

32. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Dufferin. 

33. La municipalité de palier supérieur d'Elgin et la municipalité 
locale de St. Thomas. 

34. La municipalité de palier supérieur d'Essex et la municipalité 
locale de Pelée. 

35. La zone géographique du conseil de gestion de Frontenac, telle 
qu'elle est délimitée à l'alinéa 3.3 b) d'un arrêté pris le 7 jan- 
vier 1997 en vertu de l'article 25.2 de la Loi sur les municipali- 
tés et publié le 15 février 1997 dans la Gazelle de l'Ontario, et 
la municipalité locale de Kingston. 

36. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Grey. 

37. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Haliburton. 

38. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Hastings, la municipalité 
locale de Belleville et les parties de la zone géographique de la 
municipalité locale de Quinte West qui, le 31 décembre 1997, 
étaient comprises dans la zone géographique de la municipalité 
de palier supérieur de Hastings ou de l'ancienne cité de Tren- 
ton. 

39. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Huron. 

40. La municipalité locale de Chatham-Kent. 

41. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Lambton. 

42. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Lanark et la municipalité 
locale de Smiths Falls. 

43. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Leeds et Grenville et les 
municipalités locales de Brockville, de Gananoque et de Pres- 
cott. 

44. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Lennox and Addington. 

45. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Middlesex. 

46. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Northumberland, la 
municipalité locale de Clarington et la partie de la zone géo- 
graphique de la municipalité locale de Quinte West qui, le 31 
décembre 1997, était comprise dans la zone géographique de la 
municipalité de palier supérieur de Northumberland. 

47. La municipalité de palier supérieur d'Oxford. 

48. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Perth et les municipali- 
tés locales de St. Marys et de Stratford. 

49. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Peterborough et la mu- 
nicipalité locale de Peterborough. 

50. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Prescott et Russell. 

51. La municipalité locale du comté de Prince Edward. 

52. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Renfrew et la municipa- 
lité locale de Pembroke. 

53. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Simcoe et les municipa- 
lités locales de Barrie et d'Orillia. 

54. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Stormont, Dundas et 
Glengarry et la municipalité locale de Cornwall. 



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55. La municipalité locale de Kawartha Lakes. 

56. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Wellington et la munici- 
palité locale de Guelph. 

57. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Durham, sauf la munici- 
palité locale de Clarington. 

58. La municipalité locale du comté de Haldimand. 

59. La municipalité locale du comté de Norfolk. 

60. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Halton. 

61. La municipalité locale de Hamilton. 

62. La partie de la municipalité de palier supérieur de Niagara qui, 
le 31 décembre 1997, constituait la division scolaire du conseil 
appelé The Lincoln County Board of Education. 

63. La partie de la municipalité de palier supérieur de Niagara qui, 
le 31 décembre 1997, constituait la division scolaire du conseil 
appelé The Niagara South Board of Education. 

64. La municipalité locale d'Ottawa. 

65. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Peel. 

66. La municipalité de palier supérieur de Waterloo. 

67. La municipalité de palier supérieur de York. 

68. La municipalité locale de London. 

69. La municipalité locale de Toronto. 

70. La municipalité locale de Windsor. 

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REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 96/02 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 25 février 2002 
déposé le 12 mars 2002 

modifiant le Régi, de l'Ont. 446/98 
(Fonds de réserve) 

Remarque : Depuis la fin de 2001, le Règlement de l'Ontario 446/98 
a été modifié par le Règlement de l'Ontario 5/02. Les 
modifications antérieures sont indiquées dans la Table 
des règlements publiée dans la Gazette de l'Ontario du 
19 janvier 2002. 

1. (1) La version anglaise de l'alinéa 1 a.l) du Règlement de 
l'Ontario 446/98 est modifiée par substitution de «any of the 
conditions» à «either of the conditions». 

(2) L'alinéa 1 a.2) du Règlement est modifié par substitution 
de «n'importe laquelle» à «l'une ou l'autre». 

(3) L'alinéa 1 a.3) du Règlement est modifié par substitution 
de «n'importe laquelle» à «l'une ou l'autre». 

Janet Ecker 
Ministre de l'Éducation 



Fait le 25 février 2002. 
13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 96/02 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: February 25, 2002 
Filed: March 12,2002 

Amending O. Reg. 446/98 
(Reserve Funds) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Ontario Regulation 446/98 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 5/02. Previous amendments 
are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The On- 
tario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

L (I) The English version of clause 1 (a.l) of Ontario Regula- 
tion 446/98 is amended by striking out "either of the conditions" 
and substituting "any of the conditions". 

(2) Clause 1 (a.2) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"either of the conditions" and substituting "any of the condi- 
tions". 

(3) Clause 1 (a.3) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"either of the conditions" and substituting "any of the condi- 
tions". 

Janet Ecker 
Minister of Education 

Dated on February 25, 2002. 



Note: 



ONTARIO REGULATION 97/02 

made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 476/98 
(Transition Assistance Grants, No. 2) 

Ontario Regulation 476/98 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



1. (1) Clause 1 (1) (b) of Ontario Regulation 476/98 is revoked. 

(2) Clause 1 (1) (d) of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

(d) the proof of payment respecting matters other than severance 
set out in Column 2 of the document referred to in section 2 
shows that payment was made before August 31, 2002. 

(3) Subsection 1 (1.1) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "the purposes of clause (1) (a)" in the portion before para- 
graph 1 and substituting "the purposes of this Regulation". 

(4) Subsection 1 (1.2) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "the purposes of clause (1) (a)" in the portion before para- 
graph 1 and substituting "the purposes of this Regulation". 



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(5) Subsection 1 (2) of the Regulation is revolted. 

2. Section 2 of the Regulation is amended by striking out "the 
Capital and Operating Grants Administration Branch" and sub- 
stituting "the Business Services Branch". 

3. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sections: 

3. The grant, if any, paid to a board under section 1 with respect to 
severance shall not exceed the amount set out in Column 2 of the 
Table opposite the name of the board. 

4. ( I ) If the Minister is satisfied that a board whose name is set 
out in Column 1 of the Table has paid an amount before August 31, 
2002 with respect to a matter, other than severance, that is set out in 
Column 2 of the document referred to in section 2 opposite the name 
of the board in Column 1 of that document, a grant is payable to the 
board with respect to the matter equal to die amount paid by the 
board, less ail grants, if any, paid to the board under section I in 
respect of the same matter. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), the total of all grants paid to a board 
under subsection ( 1 ) shall not exceed the amount set out in Column 3 
of the Table opposite the name of the board. 

5. (1) If the Minister is satisfied that a board has paid an amount 
before August 31, 2002 with respect to a matter, other than severance, 
that is set out in Column 2 of the document referred to in section 2 
opposite the name of the board in Column 1 of that document, a grant 
is payable to the board with respect to the matter equal to the amount 
paid by the board, less the total of all grants, if any, paid to the board 
under section I or 4 in respect of the same matter. 

(2) Despite subsection (1), the total of all grants paid to a board 
under this section shall not exceed the amount by which "A" exceeds 
"B", in which. 



"A" is the total of all amounts in Column 3 of the document 
referred to in section 2 that are set out opposite, 

(a) the name of the board in Column 1 of that document, and 

(b) matters in Column 2 of that document, other than sever- 
ance, and 

"B" is the sum of all grants, if any, received by the board under 
section I or 4, or under both sections, in respect of those mat- 
ters. 

6. ( 1 ) Despite sections 3, 4 and 5, no grant is payable to a board in 
respect of a matter set out in Column 2 of the document referred to in 
section 2 unless the following conditions are satisfied: 

1 . The payment by the board in respect of the matter is made in 
accordance with the terms and conditions set out in the memo- 
randa and attachments described in the Schedule. 

2. If the grant is in respect of a matter set out entirely in capital 
letters in Column 2 of the document referred to in section 2, the 
board made the expenditure in respect of the matter in accor- 
dance with a communications technology plan, 

i. that was agreed to by all of the boards having jurisdiction 
in the area to which the plan applies, and 

ii. that was approved by the Minister. 

(2) The Minister shall approve a communications technology plan 
referred to in paragraph 2 of subsection ( 1 ) if the plan provides for a 
co-ordinated system of communication to enable the boards to which 
the plan applies to communicate efficiently with their schools, with 
each other and with the Ministry. 

4. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Table: 



TABLEATABLEAU 



Item/ 
Point 


COLUMN/COLOhJNE 1 


COLUMN/COLONNE 2 


COLUMN/COLONNE 3 


Name of Board/Nom du conseil 


Limits On Grants For 

Severance/Plafond des 

subventions au titre des 

indemnités de cessation 

d'emploi 

($) 


Limits On Grants Under 

Section 4/Plafond des 

subventions prévues à 

l'article 4 

($) 


1. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l'Ontario 


34,000 


26,400 


2. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l'Ontario 


135,230 


333,378 


3. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest 


573,784 


2,892,569 


4. 


Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française n°59 


440,645 


354,930 


5. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières 


1,959,301 





6. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord 


90,616 


73.800 


7. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario 


898,367 


164,850 


8. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales 


124,009 


6,000 


9. 


Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest 


331,960 


771,494 


10. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud 


194,226 


113,700 


11. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l'Est ontarien 


390,593 


227,250 


12. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


170,178 


229,800 



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Remarque : 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 97/02 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 8 mars 2002 
déposé le 1 2 mars 2002 

modifiant le Règl. de l'Ont. 476/98 
(Subventions d'aide à la transition, n° 2) 

Le Règlement de l'Ontario 476/98 a été modifié anté- 
rieurement. Ces modifications sont indiquées dans la 
Table des règlements publiée dans la Gazelle de 
l'Ontario du 19 janvier 2002. 

1. (1) L'alinéa 1 (1) b) du Règlement de l'Ontario 476/98 est 
abrogé. 

(2) L'alinéa 1 (1) d) du Règlement est abrogé et remplacé par 
ce qui suit : 

d) la preuve de paiement à l'égard de questions précisées à la 
colonne 2 du document mentionné à l'article 2, autres que les 
indemnités de cessation d'emploi indiquées par le terme «Se- 
verance», indique que le paiement a été effectué avant le 31 
août 2002. 

(3) Le paragraphe 1 (Ll) du Règlement est modifié par substi- 
tution de «Pour l'application du présent règlement» à «Pour 
l'application de l'alinéa (1) a)» dans le passage qui précède la 
disposition L 

(4) Le paragraphe 1 (1.2) du Règlement est modifié par substi- 
tution de «Pour l'application du présent règlement» à «Pour 
l'application de l'alinéa (1) a)» dans le passage qui précède la 
disposition 1. 

(5) Le paragraphe 1 (2) du Règlement est abrogé. 

2. L'article 2 du Règlement est modiné par substitution de «la 
Direction des services opérationnels» à «la Direction de 
l'administration des subventions de fonctionnement et 
d'immobilisations». 

3. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction des articles sui- 
vants : 

3. Les subventions éventuelles qui sont versées à un conseil aux 
termes de l'article I au titre des indemnités de cessation d'emploi ne 
doivent pas être supérieures à la somme précisée à la colonne 2 du 
tableau en regard de l'appellation du conseil. 

4. (1) Si le ministre est convaincu qu'un conseil dont l'appellation 
figure à la colonne 1 du tableau a versé une somme avant le 3 1 août 
2002 à l'égard d'une question, autre que les indemnités de cessation 
d'emploi, précisée à la colonne 2 du document mentionné à l'article 2 
en regard de l'appellation du conseil figurant à la colonne 1 de ce 
document, est payable au conseil à l'égard de la question une subven- 
tion égale à la somme qu'il a versée, déduction faite du montant total 
de toutes les subventions éventuelles qui lui ont été versées aux ter- 
mes de l'article 1 à l'égard de la même question. 



(2) Malgré le paragraphe ( 1 ), le montant total de toutes les subven- 
tions versées à un conseil aux termes du paragraphe (1) ne doit pas 
être supérieur à la somme précisée à la colonne 3 du tableau en regard 
de l'appellation du conseil. 

5. (I) Si le ministre est convaincu qu'un conseil a versé une 
somme avant le 31 août 2002 à l'égard d'une question, autre que les 
indemnités de cessation d'emploi, précisée à la colonne 2 du docu- 
ment mentionné à l'article 2 en regard de l'appellation du conseil 
figurant à la colonne 1 de ce document, est payable au conseil à 
l'égard de la question une subvention égale à la somme qu'il a versée, 
déduction faite du montant total de toutes les subventions éventuelles 
qui lui ont été versées aux termes de l'article 1 ou 4 à l'égard de la 
même question. 

(2) Malgré le paragraphe (1), le montant total de toutes les subven- 
tions versées à un conseil aux termes du présent article ne doit pas être 
supérieur à l'excédent de «A» sur «B», où : 

«A» correspond au montant total de toutes les sommes précisées à 
la colonne 3 du document mentionné à l'article 2 en regard de 
ce qui suit : 

a) l'appellation du conseil précisée à la colonne 1 de ce docu- 
ment, 

b) les questions précisées à la colonne 2 de ce document, 
autres que les indemnités de cessation d'emploi indiquées 
par le terme «Severance»; 

«B» correspond au montant total de toutes les subventions éventuel- 
les qu'a reçues le conseil aux termes de l'article 1 ou 4, ou des 
deux articles, à l'égard de ces questions. 

6. (1) Malgré les articles 3, 4 et 5, aucune subvenfion n'est paya- 
ble à un conseil à l'égard d'une question précisée à la colonne 2 du 
document mentionné à l'article 2 à moins que les conditions suivantes 
ne soient réunies : 



1 



Le conseil effectue le paiement à l'égard de la question 
conformément aux conditions qui figurent dans les notes de 
service et les pièces jointes mentionnées à l'annexe. 

Si la subvention vise une question précisée à la colonne 2 du 
document mentionné à l'article 2 qui est entièrement en majus- 
cules, le conseil a engagé la dépense à l'égard de la question 
conformément à un plan de technologie des communications 
qui : 

i. d'une part, a été accepté par tous les conseils dont le terri- 
toire de compétence comprend le secteur auquel il 
s'applique. 



II. 



d'autre part, a été approuvé par le ministre. 



(2) Le ministre approuve le plan de technologie des communica- 
tions mentionné à la disposition 2 du paragraphe (1) si celui-ci prévoit 
un système coordonné de communication qui permettra aux conseils 
auxquels s'applique le plan de communiquer efficacement avec leurs 
écoles, les uns avec les autres et avec le ministère. 

4. Le Règlement est modifié par adjonction du tableau sui- 
vant : 



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Item/ 
Point 


COLUMN/COLONNE 1 


COLUMN/COLONNE 2 


COLUMN/COLONNE 3 


Name of Board/Nom du conseil 


Limits On Grants For 

Severance/Plafond des 

subventions au titre des 

indemnités de cessation 

d'emploi 

($) 


Limits On Grants Under 

Section 4/Plafond des 

subventions prévues à 

l'article 4 

($) 


1. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Nord-Est de l'Ontario 


34.000 


26,400 


2. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Grand Nord de l'Ontario 


135,230 


333,378 


3. 


Conseil scolaire de district du Centre Sud-Ouest 


573.784 


2,892,569 


4. 


Conseil de district des écoles publiques de langue française n° 59 


440,645 


354,930 


5. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Grandes Rivières 


1,959,301 





6. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Franco-Nord 


90,616 


73,800 


7. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Nouvel-Ontario 


898,367 


164,850 


8. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique des Aurores boréales 


124,009 


6,000 


9. 


Conseil scolaire de district des écoles catholiques du Sud-Ouest 


331,960 


771,494 


10. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud 


194,226 


113,700 


11. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique de l'Est ontarien 


390,593 


227,250 


12. 


Conseil scolaire de district catholique du Centre-Est de l'Ontario 


170,178 


229,800 



13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 98/02 
— made under the 

EDUCATION ACT 

Made: February 5, 2002 

Approved: March 8, 2002 

Filed: March 12, 2002 

TEACHER LEARNING PLANS 

Interpretation 

1. (I) The interpretations and definitions in Part X.2 of the Act 
apply for the purposes of this Regulation. 

(2) Sections 277.17 and 277.18 of the Act apply, with necessary 
modifications, to a duty or power of a principal under this Regulation. 

Learning plan 

2. (I) Starting with the school year commencing in 2002, every 
board shall ensure that every teacher employed by the board has a 
learning plan each year that includes the teacher's professional growth 
objectives, proposed action plan and time lines for achieving those 
objectives. 

(2) A teacher's learning plan must be prepared by the teacher in 
consultation with the appropriate principal. 

(3) The consultation required under subsection (2) must include a 
meeting between the teacher and the appropriate principal in the 
course of the teacher's performance appraisal for the year under Part 
X.2 of the Act, if the year is scheduled as an evaluation year for the 
teacher. 

(4) The teacher and the appropriate principal shall each sign the 
teacher's learning plan for the year and each of them shall retain a 
copy. 

Commencement 

3. This Regulation comes into force on the later of. 



(a) the day subsection 2 (1) of the Quality in the Classroom Act, 
2001 is proclaimed in force; 



(b) the day this Regulation is filed. 



Janet Ecker 
Minister of Education 



Dated on February 5, 2002. 



REGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 98/02 

pris en application de la 

LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 5 février 2002 
approuvé le 8 mars 2002 
déposé le 12 mars 2002 

PLANS DE PERFECTIONNEMENT 
DES ENSEIGNANTS 

Interprétation 

1. (I) Les interprétations et les définitions figurant dans la partie 
X.2 de la Lx)i s'appliquent dans le cadre du présent règlement. 

(2) Les articles 277.17 et 277.18 de la Loi s'appliquent, avec les 
adaptations nécessaires, aux fonctions et pouvoirs d'un directeur 
d'école dans le cadre du présent règlement. 

Plan de perfectionnement 

2. (1) À compter de l'année scolaire qui commence en 2002, cha- 
que conseil veille à ce que chaque enseignant qu'il emploie ait chaque 
année un plan de perfectionnement qui comprend les objectifs de 
l'enseignant en matière d'épanouissement professionnelle et le plan 
d'action proposé et le calendrier en vue de les atteindre. 



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(2) Le plan de perfectionnement de l'enseignant doit être préparé 
par celui-ci en consultation avec le directeur d'école compétent. 

(3) S'il s'agit d'une année d'évaluation de l'enseignant en applica- 
tion de la partie X.2 de la Loi, la consultation exigée aux termes du 
paragraphe (2) doit comprendre une réunion entre l'enseignant et le 
directeur d'école compétent au cours de l'évaluation du rendement de 
l'enseignant pour l'année. 

(4) L'enseignant et le directeur d'école compétent signent tous 
deux le plan de perfectionnement de l'enseignant pour l'année et en 
conservent chacun une copie. 

Entrée en vigueur 

3. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur celui des jours sui- 
vants qui est postérieur à l'autre : 

a) le jour où le paragraphe 2 (1) de la Loi de 2001 sur la quali- 
té dans les salles de classe est proclamé en vigueur; 



b) le jour de son dépôt. 



Janet Ecker 
Ministre de l'Education 



Fait le 5 février 2002. 
13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 99/02 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12, 2002 

TEACHER PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL 

Interpretation 

1. (1) This Regulation applies to performance appraisals of teach- 
ers conducted under Part X.2 of the Act. 

(2) References in this Regulation to a principal include references 
to a person other than a principal who conducts a performance 
appraisal of a teacher under Part X.2 of the Act. 

(3) The interpretations and definitions in Part X.2 of the Act apply 
for the purposes of this Regulation. 

Notice of evaluation year 

2. Within 20 school days after a teacher commences teaching in a 
year that is scheduled as an evaluation year for the teacher, the appro- 
priate principal shall notify the teacher that the year is an evaluation 
year. 

Competencies and rating scale 

3. (1) In conducting a performance appraisal, a principal shall 
evaluate the teacher's competencies, as set out in the Schedule. 

(2) The principal shall assign one of the following overall per- 
formance ratings to a teacher, based on the results of the performance 
appraisal: 

1. Exemplary. 

2. Good. 



3. Satisfactory. 

4. Unsatisfactory. 

Performance appraisal 

4. ( I ) A performance appraisal of a teacher must satisfy the fol- 
lowing requirements: 

1. The teacher must be evaluated with respect to the areas of 
competency in section 3 and such other areas of competency as 
may be provided for by the appropriate board under subsection 
277.32(1) of the Act. 

2. The performance appraisal must include the steps listed in 
subsection (2). 

3. The performance appraisal must be conducted in accordance 
with such guidelines as the Minister may issue and in 
accordance with such additional policies, rules, standards, 
methods, processes, timelines and steps as may be established 
by the appropriate board. 

(2) A performance appraisal must include the following steps: 

1. A meeting between the principal and the teacher in preparation 
for a classroom observation of the teacher and to review the 
teacher's current learning plan. 

2. The completion by the principal and teacher of a pre- 
observation profile in a form approved by the Minister. 

3. A classroom observation to evaluate the teacher's 
competencies, including a determination by the principal of 
whether the teacher has the knowledge and is employing the 
practices described in the guidelines issued by the Minister 
under subsection 277.33 (I) of the Act. 

4. A meeting between the principal and the teacher after the class- 
room observation, 

i. to review the results of the classroom observation, 

ii. to discuss other information relevant to the principal's 
evaluation of the teacher's competency, including parental 
input and pupil input concerning the teacher, 

iii. to complete the post-observation report, in a form 
approved by the Minister, and 

iv. to finalize the teacher's learning plan for the current year. 

5. An opportunity for the teacher to review and respond to the 
principal in respect of the parental input, pupil input or both, 
within such period of time as the principal considers reasonable 
in the circumstances. 

6. Consideration by the principal of any response provided by the 
teacher under paragraph 5. 

7. Preparation by the principal of a summative report of the per- 
formance appraisal, in a form approved by the Minister, con- 
taining, 

i. the principal's evaluation of the teacher, 

ii. the principal's overall performance rating of the teache 
and 

iii. the principal's explanation for the rating. 

8. Provision to the teacher of a copy of the summative reporC 
signed by the principal, within 20 school days after the class- 
room observation. 

9. Signature by the teacher of a copy of the summative report, to 
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10. Provision to the appropriate board of a copy of the summative 
report, as signed by both the principal and the teacher, and the 
teacher's learning plan for the year. 

(3) At the request of either the teacher or the principal, the teacher 
and principal shall meet to discuss the performance appraisal after the 
teacher receives a copy of the summative report. 

(4) In this section, 

"classroom observation" includes the observation of a teacher in his 
or her ordinary teaching environment if that environment is not a 
classroom. 

Parental and pupil input 

5. (1) Starting in the school year commencing in 2002, every 
board shall develop an annual written parent survey and pupil survey 
in consultation with the school councils and principals for the schools 
governed by the board, the special education advisory committee and 
those parents, pupils and teachers who are interested. 

(2) A parent survey must ask for parental input on each teacher of 
each child of the parent and the parent's level of satisfaction with 
communication between the parent and the teacher about the child's 
learning and progress. 

(3) A pupil survey must ask for input from each pupil who is in a 
grade II or 12 or OAC course in a school governed by the board, 
relating to, 

(a) communication between the pupil and each of the pupil's 
teachers of a grade II or 12 or OAC course; and 

(b) whether each of the teachers effectively promotes pupil learn- 
ing. 

(4) The responses given in a parent survey and a pupil survey, 

(a) must not be used for any purpose other than a performance 
appraisal of a teacher referred to in the responses; and 

(b) must not be disclosed to any person other than the principal, 
the appropriate supervisory officer and the appropriate board, 
except as permitted under this Regulation. 

(5) The principal shall, on the request of a parent or pupil, remove 
all words and names that would identify the parent or pupil from a 
document that contains input from the parent or pupil, including a 
parent survey and a pupil survey, before the document or a copy of 
the document is provided to a teacher. 

(6) The principal shall not disclose to a teacher any parental input 
or pupil input that relates to another teacher. 

Performance appraisals If teaching only one semester 

6. If a teacher is teaching in only one semester during a year that is 
scheduled as an evaluation year of the teacher, all performance ap- 
praisals of the teacher required during that evaluation year must be 
conducted in that semester. 

Periods of time excluded from three-year cycle 

7. (I) For the purposes of section 277.28 of the Act, the three-year 
cycle of a teacher employed by a board excludes the following periods 
of time: 

1 . A year during which the teacher does not teach at any time in a 
school governed by the board. 

2. A period in a year in the three-year cycle that is scheduled as 
an evaluation year for the teacher if, throughout the period, the 
teacher is on an extended leave that has been approved by the 
board. 



If 



A period when the teacher is on secondment to a non-teaching 
position. 



4. A period when the teacher is on secondment to a teaching 
position outside the Ontario public education system. 

(2) If a teacher is on an extended leave during all or part of a year 
that is scheduled as an evaluation year, any performance appraisal that 
would otherwise be carried out during that period must be conducted 
within 60 school days after the teacher returns from leave. 

Rules, seconded teachers 

8. (I) The following rules apply to every teacher who is seconded 
to a teaching position in the Ontario public education system during a 
three-year cycle: 

1 . The year that is scheduled as an evaluation year for the teacher 
during the cycle does not change. 

2. The board from which the teacher is seconded must advise the 
board to which the teacher is seconded of the teacher's position 
in the teacher's three-year cycle. 

3. The board to which the teacher is seconded shall ensure that all 
performance appraisals of the teacher that are required during 
the period the teacher is on secondment to the board are carried 
out. 

(2) If a performance appraisal carried out while a teacher is sec- 
onded to another board results in an unsatisfactory overall perform- 
ance rating, the following rules apply: 

1. The secondment agreement terminates. 

2. The performance appraisal is deemed not to have been con- 
ducted except for the purposes of terminating the secondment 
agreement. 

3. The teacher's three-year cycle recommences on the termination 
of the secondment agreement and the first year in the cycle is 
an evaluation year for the teacher. 

4. The board to which the teacher returns shall ensure a perform- 
ance appraisal of the teacher is conducted within 60 school 
days after the teacher's return. 

Records 

9. Every board shall retain each record made under Part X.2 of the 
Act for a period of at least six years from the date of the summative 
report of the performance appraisal to which the record relates. 

Commencement 

10. This Regulation comes into force on the later of, 

(a) the day section 4 of the Quality in the Classroom Act, 2001 is 
proclaimed in force; 

(b) the day this Regulation is filed. 

Schedule 

TEACHER COMPETENCIES 

Commitment to pupils and pupil learning 

Teachers: 

(a) demonstrate commitment to the well-being and development of 
all pupils, 

(b) are dedicated in their efforts to teach and support pupil learning 
and achievement, 

(c) treat all pupils equitably and with respect, 

(d) provide an environment for learning that encourages pupils to 
be problem-solvers, decision-makers, life-long learners and 
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Professional knowledge 

Teachers: 

(e) know their subject matter, the Ontario curriculum and educa- 
tion-related legislation, 

(f) know a variety of effective teaching and assessment practices, 

(g) know a variety of effective classroom management strategies, 

(h) know how pupils learn and factors that influence pupil learning 
and achievement. 

Teaching practice 

Teachers: 

(i) use their professional knowledge and understanding of pupils, 
curriculum, legislation, teaching practices and classroom man- 
agement strategies to promote the learning and achievement of 
their pupils, 

(j) communicate effectively with pupils, parents and colleagues, 

(k) conduct ongoing assessment of their pupils' progress, evaluate 
their achievement and report results to pupils and parents regu- 
larly, 

(1) adapt and refine their teaching practices through continuous 
learning and reflection, using a variety of sources and 
resources, 

(m) use appropriate technology in their teaching practices and 
related professional responsibilities. 

Leadership and community 

Teachers: 

(n) collaborate with other teachers and school colleagues to create 
and sustain learning communities in their classrooms and in 
their schools, 

(o) work with other professionals, parents and members of the 
community to enhance pupil learning, pupil achievement and 
school programs. 

Ongoing professional learning 

Teachers: 

(p) engage in ongoing professional learning and apply it to 
improve their teaching practices. 



RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 99/02 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 8 mars 2002 
déposé le 12 mars 2002 

ÉVALUATION DU RENDEMENT 
DES ENSEIGNANTS 

Interprétation 

1. (I) Le présent règlement s'applique aux évaluations du rende- 
ment des enseignants effectuées dans le cadre de la partie X.2 de la 
Loi. 

(2) La mention d'un directeur d'école dans le présent règlement 
vaut mention d'une personne autre qu'un directeur d'école qui effec- 
tue une évaluation du rendement d'un enseignant dans le cadre de la 
partie X.2 de la Loi. 



(3) Les interprétations et les définitions qui figurent dans la parti( 
X.2 de la Loi s'appliquent dans le cadre du présent règlement. 

Avis d'année d'évaluation 

2. Au plus tard 20 jours de classe après que l'enseignant com' 
mence à enseigner pendant une de ses années d'évaluation, le direo 
teur d'école compétent l'avise qu'il s'agit d'une année d'évaluation. 

Compétences et échelle de notation 

3. (I) Lors de l'évaluation du rendement, le directeur d'écok 
évalue les compétences de l'enseignant telles qu'elles figurent 
l'annexe. 

(2) Le directeur d'école attribue à l'enseignant une des notes glo 
baies suivantes, selon les résultats de l'évaluation du rendement : 

1. Exemplaire. 

2. Bon. 

3. Satisfaisant. 

4. Insatisfaisant. 

Évaluation du rendement 

4. (1) L'évaluation du rendement d'un enseignant remplit le 
exigences suivantes : 

1. L'enseignant est évalué en ce qui concerne les domaines d 
compétence énumérés à l'article 3 et les autres domaines é 
compétence que prévoit le conseil compétent en vertu du para 
graphe 277.32 (1) de la Loi. 

2. L'évaluation du rendement comprend les étapes énumérées : 
paragraphe (2). 

3. L'évaluation du rendement est effectuée conformément au! 
lignes directrices que donne le ministre et aux politiques, rè 
gles, normes, méthodes, processus et étapes supplémentaire; 
établis et délais supplémentaires fixés par le conseil compétent 

(2) L'évaluation du rendement comprend les étapes suivantes : 

1 . Une réunion entre le directeur d'école et l'enseignant en vue d« 
préparer l'observation en classe de ce dernier et de repasser soi 
plan de perfectionnement actuel. 

2. La constitution, par le directeur d'école et l'enseignant, d'u 
profil préalable à l'observation rédigé selon la formul( 
qu'approuve le ministre. 

3. L'observation en classe afin d'évaluer les compétences dt 
l'enseignant, où le directeur d'école établit notamment s 
l'enseignant dispose ou non des connaissances précisées dan 
les lignes directrices données par le ministre en vertu du para 
graphe 277.33 (I) de la Loi et s'il ufilise ou non les méthode 
précisées dans ces lignes directrices. 

4. Une réunion entre le directeur d'école et l'enseignant à la suit 
de l'observation en classe afin : 

i. de passer en revue les résultats de l'observation, 

ii. de discuter des autres renseignements pertinents concer 
nant l'évaluation des compétences de l'enseignant par li 
directeur d'école, y compris les observations des parents e 
des élèves concernant l'enseignant, 

iii. de terminer le rapport postérieur à l'observation rédig 
selon la formule qu'approuve le ministre, 

iv. de mettre au point le plan de perfectionnement d4 
l'enseignant pour l'année courante. 

5. L'occasion pour l'enseignant d'examiner les observations de 
parents, des élèves ou des deux et d'y répondre à l'intenfion du" 



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directeur d'école dans un délai que ce dernier juge raisonnable 
dans les circonstances. 

6. La prise en compte, par le directeur d'école, de toute réponse 
faite par l'enseignant en application de la disposition 5. 

7. La préparation, par le directeur d'école, d'un rapport sommatif 
sur l'évaluation du rendement qui est rédigé selon la formule 
qu'approuve le ministre et qui contient les éléments suivants : 

i. l'évaluation de l'enseignant par le directeur d'école, 

ii. la note globale que le directeur d'école attribue en ce qui 
concerne le rendement de l'enseignant, 

iii. l'explication de la note par le directeur d'école. 

8. La remise à l'enseignant d'une copie du rapport sommatif 
signée par le directeur d'école au plus tard 20 jours de classe 
après l'observation en classe. 

9. La signature par l'enseignant d'une copie du rapport sommatif 
afin d'en accuser réception. 

10. La remise au conseil compétent d'une copie du rapport somma- 
tif signée à la fois par le directeur d'école et l'enseignant et du 
f plan de perfectionnement de l'enseignant pour l'aimée. 

* (3) A la demande de l'un ou de l'autre, l'enseignant et le directeur 
d'école se réunissent une fois que l'enseignant a reçu une copie du 
rapport sommatif afin de discuter de l'évaluation du rendement. 

(4) La définition qui suit s'applique au présent article. 

«observation en classe» S'entend en outre de l'observation d'un en- 
seignant dans son milieu d'enseignement habituel s'il ne s'agit pas 
d'une salle de classe. 

Observations des parents et des élèves 

5. (1) A compter de l'année scolaire qui commence en 2002, cha- 
que conseil élabore un sondage écrit annuel des parents et un sondage 
écrit aimuel des élèves en consultation avec les conseils d'école et les 
directeurs d'école des écoles qui relèvent du conseil, les comités 
consultatifs pour l'enfance en difficulté et les parents, élèves et ensei- 
gnants qui sont intéressés. 

(2) Le sondage des parents sollicite les observations du père ou de 
la mère à propos de chaque enseignant de chacun de ses enfants ansi 
que son niveau de satisfaction à l'égard de la communication entre lui 
et l'enseignant au sujet de l'apprentissage et du cheminement de 
l'enfant. 

(3) Le sondage des élèves sollicite les observations de chaque 
élève qui suit un cours de onzième ou douzième armée ou un cours 
préuniversitaire de l'Ontario dans une école qui relève du conseil, en 
ce qui concerne : 

a) la communication entre l'élève et chacun des enseignants de 
ces cours; 



b) le fait de savoir si chacun des enseignants 
l'apprentissage des élèves de façon efficace. 



favorise 



- (4) Les réponses données dans le cadre d'un sondage des parents 
et d'un sondage des élèves : 

a) ne doivent pas être utilisées à d'autres fins que celles d'une 
évaluation du rendement de l'enseignant visé par les réponses; 

b) ne doivent pas être divulguées à d'autres personnes que le 
directeur d'école, l'agent de supervision compétent et le 
conseil compétent, sauf dans les cas permis par le présent 
règlement. 

(5) A la demande d'un des parents ou de l'élève, le directeur 
d'école supprime les mots et noms qui pourraient permettre leur iden- 
tification d'un document où sont consignées les observations des 



parents ou des élèves, notamment dans les sondages des parents et les 
sondages des élèves, avant la remise du document ou d'une copie de 
celui-ci à l'enseignant. 

(6) Le directeur d'école ne doit pas divulguer à un enseignant les 
observations des parents ou des élèves qui concernent un autre ensei- 
gnant. 

Évaluations du rendement : un seul semestre d'enseignement 

6. Si un enseignant n'enseigne que pendant un semestre pendant 
une de ses années d'évaluation, toutes les évaluations du rendement 
de l'enseignant exigées pendant cette année d'évaluation sont effec- 
tuées au cours de ce semestre. 

Périodes exclues du cycle de trois ans 

7. (I) Pour l'application de l'article 277.28 de la Loi, le cycle de 
trois ans d'un enseignant employé par un conseil exclut les périodes 
suivantes : 

1. Toute année pendant laquelle l'enseignant n'enseigne à aucun 
moment dans une école qui relève du conseil. 

2. Toute période d'une année d'évaluation de l'enseignant dans le 
cycle de trois ans pendant laquelle l'enseignant est en congé 
prolongé approuvé par le conseil. 

3. Toute période pendant laquelle l'enseignant est en détachement 
à un poste de non-enseignant. 

4. Toute période pendant laquelle l'enseignant est en détachement 
à un poste d'enseignant en dehors du système scolaire public 
de l'Ontario. 

(2) Si un enseignant est en congé prolongé pendant tout ou partie 
d'une de ses années d'évaluation, les évaluations du rendement qui 
seraient normalement effectuées au cours de cette période sont effec- 
tuées au plus tard 60 jours de classe après le retour de congé de 
l'enseignant. 

Règles : enseignants détachés 

8. (I) Les règles suivantes s'appliquent à chaque enseignant qui 
est détaché à un poste d'enseignant au sein du système scolaire public 
de l'Ontario au cours d'un cycle de trois ans : 

1. L'année qui est fixée comme année d'évaluation de 
l'enseignant pendant le cycle ne change pas. 

2. Le conseil qui détache l'enseignant avise celui auprès duquel 
l'enseignant est détaché de la position de celui-ci dans son cy- 
cle de trois ans. 

3. Le conseil auprès duquel l'enseignant est détaché veille à ce 
que toutes les évaluations du rendement de l'enseignant qui 
sont exigées pendant la période au cours de laquelle celui-ci est 
détaché soient effectuées. 

(2) Si une évaluation du rendement effectuée pendant qu'im ensei- 
gnant est détaché auprès d'un autre conseil donne lieu à une note 
globale insatisfaisante, les règles suivantes s'appliquent : 

1 . L'entente de détachement est résiliée. 

2. L'évaluation du rendement est réputée ne pas avoir été effec- 
tuée si ce n'est aux fins de résiliation de l'entente de détache- 
ment. 

3. Le cycle de trois ans de l'enseignant reprend à la résiliation de 
l'entente de détachement et la première année du cycle est une 
année d'évaluation de l'enseignant. 

4. Le conseil auquel l'enseignant retourne veille à ce qu'une éva- 
luation du rendement de celui-ci soit effectuée au plus tard 60 
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Dossiers 

9. Chaque conseil conserve les dossiers constitués en application 
de la partie X.2 de la Loi pour une période d'au moins six ans à comp- 
ter de la date du rapport sommatif d'évaluation du rendement auquel 
ils se rapportent. 

Entrée en vigueur 

10. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur celui des jours sui- 
vants qui est postérieur à l'autre : 

a) le jour où l'article 4 de la Loi de 2001 sur la qualité dans les 
salles de classe est proclamé en vigueur; 

b) le jour de son dépôt. 

Annexe 

COMPÉTENCES DE L'ENSEIGNANT 

Engagement envers les élèves et leur apprentissage 

Les enseignants : 

a) se préoccupent du bien-être et du développement de tous les 

élèves, 

b) font preuve de dévouement en matière d'enseignement et favo- 
risent l'apprentissage et le rendement des élèves, 

c) traitent les élèves équitablement et avec justice et respect, 

d) assurent un milieu d'apprentissage qui encourage les élèves à 
résoudre des problèmes, à prendre des décisions, à apprendre la 
vie durant et à devenir des membres à part entière au sein de la 
société en évolution. 

Connaissances professionnelles 

Les enseignants : 

e) connaissent la matière à enseigner, le programme d'études de 
rOntario et la législation liée à l'éducation, 

connaissent une variété de méthodes efficaces d'enseignement 
et d'évaluation, 

g) connaissent une variété de stratégies efficaces de gestion de la 
salle de classe, 

h) connaissent comment les élèves apprennent et les facteurs qui 
influencent l'apprentissage et le rendement des élèves, 

Exercice de la profession 

Les enseignants : 

i) appliquent leurs connaissances professionnelles ainsi que leur 
compréhension des élèves, du programme d'études, de la légis- 
lation, des méthodes d'enseignement et des stratégies de ges- 
tion de la salle de classe pour favoriser l'apprentissage et le 
rendement des élèves, 

j) communiquent efficacement avec les élèves, les parents et les 
collègues, 

k) effectuent une évaluation continue du cheminement des élèves, 
évaluent leur rendement et communiquent régulièrement les ré- 
sultats aux élèves et aux parents, 

1) adaptent et raffinent leurs méthodes d'enseignement par le 
biais d'une réflexion et d'un apprentissage continus, en ayant 
recours à une variété de ressources, 

m) utilisent la technologie appropriée dans le cadre de leur ensei- 
gnement et de leurs responsabilités professionnelles connexes. 



Leadership et communauté 

Les enseignants : 

n) collaborent avec d'autres membres du personnel enseignant et 
collègues de l'école pour créer et maintenir un milieu 
d'apprentissage favorable dans leurs salles de classe et à 
l'école, 

o) collaborent avec d'autres professionnels, les parents et les 
membres de la communauté en vue d'améliorer l'apprentissage 
et le rendement des élèves, de même que les programmes sco- 
laires. 

Perfectionnement professionnel continu 

Les enseignants : 

p) prennent part à des activités de perfectionnement professionnel 
continu pour améliorer l'enseignement. 

13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 100/02 

made under the 
EDUCATION ACT 

Made: March 8, 2002 
Filed: March 12, 2002 

TEACHER QUALIFYING TEST 

Definitions 

1. In this Regulation, 

"candidate" means a person who is required to attempt a qualifying 
test; ("candidat") 

"qualifying test" means a qualifying test approved by the Ministef 
under section 10.1 of the Act. ("examen d'aptitude") 

Components 

2. A qualifying test must include the following components: 

1 . A Primary division/Junior division component, which shall be 
attempted by every candidate seeking a certificate of qualifica- 
tion and registration with concentration in the Primary divi- 
sion/Junior division, but may be omitted by every other candi- 
date. 

2. A Junior division/Intermediate division component, which 
shall be attempted by every candidate seeking a certificate of 
qualification and registration with concentration in the Junior 
division/Intermediate division, but may be omitted by every 
other candidate. 

3. An Intermediate division/Senior division component, which 
shall be attempted by every candidate seeking a certificate of 
qualification and registration with concentration in the Inter- 
mediate division/Senior division, but may be omitted by every 
other candidate. 

4. One or more general components designed to provide an over- 
all indication of a candidate's ability to teach, which shall be 
attempted by every candidate. 

Exemptions 

3. (I) The granung of the following certificates of qualification by 
the Ontario College of Teachers in accordance with the provisions of 
Ontario Regulation 184/97 is exempt fi-om the requirements of 
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1 . Certificates of qualification indicating a concentration in tech- 
nological studies, granted under section 3 of that regulation. 

2. Certificates of qualification or certificates of qualification (lim- 
ited) granted in accordance with section 6 of that regulation. 

3. Certificates of qualification (limited) granted in accordance 
with section 8 or 9 of that regulation. 

4. Certificates of qualification (limited) granted in accordance 
with section 11 of that regulafion, certificates of qualification 
indicating a concentration in technological studies granted in 
accordance with subsection 11 (2) of that regulation, and 
certificates of qualification with a concentration in the Primary 
division/Junior division, granted in accordance with subsection 
1 1 (2) of that regulation to persons who were originally granted 
a certificate of qualification (limited) under subsection 6 (2) of 
that regulation. 

5. Certificates of qualification (restricted) and certificates of 
qualification (limited, restricted) granted in accordance with 
section 19 of that regulation. 

6. Certificates of qualification (limited, restricted) granted in 
accordance with section 20 or 21 of that regulation. 

7. Certificates of qualificafion (limited) granted in accordance 
with section 22 of that regulation. 

8. Certificates of qualification (limited, restricted) granted in 
accordance with section 23 or 24 of that regulation. 

9. Certificates of qualification (restricted) granted in accordance 
with section 25 of that regulation. 

10. Certificates of qualification (restricted) and certificates of 
qualification (limited, restricted) granted in accordance with 
section 26 of that regulation. 

11. Certificates of qualification (restricted) granted in accordance 
with section 29 of that regulation. 

(2) Where the granting of a certificate of qualification under 
Ontario Regulation 184/97 is exempt from the requirements of 
subsection 10.1 (1) of the Act by virtue of subsection (1), the granting 
of a certificate of registration mentioned in paragraph 1 of subsection 
1 (2) of that regulation is also exempt. 

Exemption, interim certincates of qualification 

4. (I) An interim certificate of qualification or an interim certifi- 
cate of qualification (limited) may be granted in accordance with 
section 13 or 13.1 of Ontario Regulation 184/97 to an eligible person 
who has not yet passed a qualifying test, on the condition that the 
person must pass a qualifying test within one year of the date on 
which the certificate is issued. 

(2) The granting of an interim certificate of qualification or an 
interim certificate of qualification (limited) indicating a concentration 
in technological studies to an applicant in accordance with section 13 
or 13.1 of Ontario Regulation 184/97 is exempt from the requirements 
of subsection 10.1 (1) of the Act without the condition that the appli- 
cant must pass the qualifying test within one year. 

(3) Where the granting of an interim certificate of qualification or 
an interim certificate of qualification (limited) under Ontario Regula- 
tion 184/97 is exempt from the requirements of subsection 10.1 (1) of 
the Act by virtue of subsection (1) or (2), the granting of a certificate 
of registration mentioned in paragraph 1 of subsection 1 (2) of that 
regulation is also exempt. 

Accommodation 

5. (1) The administrator of the test shall, within a reasonable time 
before a qualifying test is offered, request all candidates to advise the 



administrator of the test of any accommodation that may be required 
to address the needs of the candidate. 

(2) A candidate who requests accommodation to address his or her 
needs shall advise the administrator of the test of the request, and of 
the nature of the accommodation required, at least two weeks before 
the test is to be attempted. 

(3) The administrator of the test may require a candidate who 
requests accommodation to provide reasonable evidence as to why the 
accommodation is required. 

(4) The administrator of the test shall comply with any reasonable 
request for accommodation. 

(5) For the purposes of this section, a person requires accommoda- 
tion to address his or her needs if completing the qualifying test in the 
usual time, on the usual date, or in the usual manner would impose an 
undue hardship on the person because of an attribute of the person 
mentioned in section 1 of the Human Rights Code. 

Commencement 

6. This Regulation comes into force on the day that section 1 of 
the Quality in the Classroom Act, 2001 comes into force. 

RÈGLEMENT DE L'ONTARIO 100/02 

pris en application de la 
LOI SUR L'ÉDUCATION 

pris le 8 mars 2002 
déposé le 1 2 mars 2002 

EXAMEN D'APTITUDE À L'INTENTION 
DES ENSEIGNANTS 

Définitions 

1. Les définitions qui suivent s'appliquent au présent règlement. 

«candidat» Personne qui doit tenter de réussir un examen d'aptitude, 
(«candidate») 

«examen d'aptitude» Examen d'aptitude approuvé par le ministre en 
application de l'article 10.1 de la Loi. («qualifying test») 

Eléments 

2. L'examen d'aptitude doit comprendre les éléments suivants : 

1 . Un élément cycle primaire/cycle moyen, que doivent tenter de 
réussir les candidats qui désirent obtenir un certificat de com- 
pétence et d'inscription avec concentration dans cet élément, 
mais que les autres candidats ne sont pas tenus de passer. 

2. Un élément cycle moyen/cycle intermédiaire, que doivent 
tenter de réussir les candidats qui désirent obtenir un certificat 
de compétence et d'inscription avec concentration dans cet 
élément, mais que les autres candidats ne sont pas tenus de 
passer. 

3. Un élément cycle intermédiaire/cycle supérieur, que doivent 
tenter de réussir les candidats qui désirent obtenir un certificat 
de compétence et d'inscription avec concentration dans cet 
élément, mais que les autres candidats ne sont pas tenus de 
passer. 

4. Un ou plusieurs éléments conçus pour évaluer l'aptitude géné- 
rale des candidats à enseigner et que doivent tenter de réussir 
tous les candidats. 

Dispenses 

3. (1) La délivrance des certificats de compétence suivants par 
l'Ordre des enseignantes et des enseignants de l'Ontario conformé- 



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ment aux dispositions du Règlement de l'Ontario 184/97 n'est pas 
assujettie aux exigences du paragraphe lO.I (I) de la Loi : 

1 . Les certificats de compétence indiquant une concentration dans 
l'enseignement des études technologiques, délivrés en applica- 
tion de l'article 3 de ce règlement. 

2. Les certificats de compétence ou les certificats de compétence 
(limités) délivrés conformément à l'article 6 de ce règlement. 

3. Les certificats de compétence (limités) délivrés conformément 
à l'article 8 ou 9 de ce règlement. 

4. Les certificats de compétence (limités) délivrés conformément 
à l'article II de ce règlement, les certificats de compétence in- 
diquant une concentration dans l'enseignement des études 
technologiques délivrés en application du paragraphe 1 1 (2) de 
ce règlement et les certificats de compétence avec concentra- 
tion dans le cycle primaire/cycle moyen, délivrés conformé- 
ment au paragraphe 1 1 (2) de ce règlement aux persormes aux- 
quelles il avait d'abord été délivré un certificat de compétence 
(limité) en application du paragraphe 6 (2) de ce règlement. 

5. Les certificats de compétence (restreints) et les certificats de 
compétence (limités, restreints) délivrés conformément à 
l'article 19 de ce règlement. 

6. Les certificats de compétence (limités, restreints) délivrés 
conformément à l'article 20 ou 21 de ce règlement. 

7. Les certificats de compétence (limités) délivrés conformément 
à l'article 22 de ce règlement. 

8. Les certificats de compétence (limités, restreints) délivrés 
conformément à l'article 23 ou 24 de ce règlement. 

9. Les certificats de compétence (restreints) délivrés conformé- 
ment à l'article 25 de ce règlement. 

10. Les certificats de compétence (restreints) et les certificats de 
compétence (limités, restreints) délivrés conformément à 
l'article 26 de ce règlement. 

11. Les certificats de compétence (restreints) délivrés conformé- 
ment à l'article 29 de ce règlement. 

(2) Si la délivrance d'un certificat de compétence en application du 
Règlement de l'Ontario 184/97 n'est pas assujettie aux exigences du 
paragraphe 10.1 (1) de la Loi par l'effet du paragraphe (1), la déli- 
vrance d'un certificat d'inscription mentionné à la disposition 1 du 
paragraphe 1 (2) de ce règlement ne l'est pas non plus. 

Dispense : certificats de compétence provisoires 

4. (1) Un certificat de compétence provisoire ou un certificat de 
compétence (limité) provisoire peut être délivré conformément à 
l'article 13 ou 13.1 du Règlement de l'Ontario 184/97 aux personnes 
admissibles qui n'ont pas encore réussi d'examen d'aptitude, à condi- 
tion qu'elles le fassent au plus tard un an après la délivrance du certi- 
ficat. 

(2) La délivrance d'un certificat de compétence provisoire ou d'un 
certificat de compétence (limité) provisoire indiquant une concentra- 
tion dans l'enseignement des études technologiques à l'auteur d'une 
demande conformément à l'article 13 ou 13.1 du Règlement de 
l'Ontario 184/97 n'est pas assujettie aux exigences du paragraphe 
10.1 (1) de la Loi selon lequel celui-ci est tenu de réussir l'examen 
d'aptitude dans l'année qui suit. 

(3) Si la délivrance d'un certificat de compétence provisoire ou 
d'un certificat de compétence (limité) provisoire en application du 
Règlement de l'Ontario 184/97 n'est pas assujettie aux exigences du 
paragraphe 10.1 (1) de la Loi par l'effet du paragraphe (1) ou (2), la 
délivrance d'un certificat d'inscription mentionné à la disposition 1 du 
paragraphe 1 (2) de ce règlement ne l'est pas non plus. 



Adaptations 

5. (1) L'administrateur de l'examen doit, dans un délai raisonna- 
ble avant d'offrir un examen d'aptitude, demander à tous les candidats 
de lui indiquer les adaptations qui peuvent être exigées pour tenir 
compte de leurs besoins. 

(2) Les candidats qui demandent que soient apportées des adapta- 
tions pour tenir compte de leurs besoins avisent l'administrateur de 
l'examen de la demande, ainsi que de la nature des adaptations exi- 
gées, au moins deux semaines avant de tenter de réussir l'examen. 

(3) L'administrateur de l'examen peut exiger des candidats qui 
demandent que soient apportées des adaptations qu'ils fournissent une 
preuve raisonnable à l'appui de leur demande. 



(4) L'administrateur de 
d'adaptation raisonnable. 



l'examen accueille toute demande 



(5) Pour l'application du présent article, une personne exige des 
adaptations pour tenir compte de ses besoins si le fait de terminer 
l'examen d'aptitude aux heure et date ou de la manière habituelles 
devait avoir pour effet de lui causer un préjudice injustifié en raison 
d'un attribut visé à l'article 1 du Code des droits de la personne. 

Entrée en vigueur 

6. Le présent règlement entre en vigueur le même jour que 
l'article 1 de la Loi de 2001 sur la qualité dans les salles de classe. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 101/02 

made under the 

MOTORIZED SNOW VEHICLES ACT 

Made: February 6, 2002 
Filed: March 13,2002 

EXTENDING TERM OF VALIDITY OF 
MOTORIZED SNOW VEHICLE PERMITS 

Motorized snow vehicle permits extended 

1. Despite subsection 18 (3) of Regulation 804 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990, the term of validity of a motorized 
snow vehicle permit is extended beyond the expiry date shown on the 
permit until the day this Regulation is revoked if, without the exten- 
sion, the permit would expire on or after the day this Regulatior 
comes into force. 

13/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 102/02 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 6, 2002 
Filed: March 13,2002 

EXTENDING TIME PERIODS IN ONTARIO REGU- 
LATION 340/94 RELATING 
TO DRIVERS' LICENCES 

References are to O. Reg. 340/94 

1. In this Regulation, a reference to a provision is a reference to i 
provision of Ontario Regulation 340/94. 

Driver's licences extended 

2. The term of validity of a driver's licence is extended beyond the 
expiry date shown on the driver's licence until the day this Regulatior 



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is revoked if, without the extension, the term of validity would expire 
on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

Certificates of driver improvement course extended 

3. Despite subsection 13 (I), the period of five years referred to in 
diat subsection is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, 
without the extension, that period would expire, to the detriment of an 
applicant, on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

Certificates of driver education or motorcycle safety course 
extended 

4. Despite subsections 28 (9) and (10), the term of validity of a 
certificate referred to in those subsections is extended until the day 
this Regulation is revoked if, without the extension, the term of valid- 
ity would expire, to the detriment of an applicant, on or after the day 
this Regulation comes into force. 

Previous licence period extended 

5. (1) Despite subclauses 29 (I) (a) (i) and (ii), the periods of 
three years and one year respectively that are referred to in those sub- 
clauses are extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, with- 
out the extension, the period of three years or one year, as the case 
may be, would expire, to the detriment of an applicant, on or after the 
day this Regulation comes into force. 

(2) Despite clause 29 (1) (b), the period of three years referred to 
in that clause is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, 
without the extension, that period would expire, to the detriment of an 
applicant, on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

(3) Despite subclauses 29 (2) (a) (i) and (ii), the periods of three 
years and one year respectively that are referred to in those subclauses 
are extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, without the 
extension, the period of three years or one year, as the case may be, 
would expire, to the detriment of an applicant, on or after the day this 
Regulation comes into force. 

(4) Despite clause 29 (2) (b), the period of three years referred to 
in that clause is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, 
without the extension, that period would expire, to the detriment of an 
applicant, on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

(5) Despite subsections 29 (7), (9) and (10), the period of three 
years referred to in those subsections is extended until the day this 
Regulation is revoked if, without the extension, that period would 
expire, to the detriment of an applicant, on or after the day this Regu- 
lation comes into force. 

Time to notify Ministry of changes extended 

6. Despite subsections 33 (I) and (2), the period of six days 
referred to in those subsections is extended until the day this 
Regulation is revoked if, without the extension, that period would 
expire on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

13/02 



if, without the extension, the certificate would expire on or after the 
day this Regulation comes into force. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 104/02 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 6, 2002 
Filed: March 13,2002 

EXTENDING TERM OF VALIDITY OF 
DISABLED PERSON PARKING PERMITS 

Disabled person parlcing permits extended 

I. Despite section 5 of Regulation 581 of the Revised Regulations 
of Ontario, 1990, the term of validity of a disabled person parking 
permit is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, without 
the extension, the term for which the permit was issued would expire 
on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

13/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 105/02 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 6, 2002 
Filed: March 13, 2002 

EXTENDING TERM OF VALIDITY OF 
DRIVING INSTRUCTOR'S LICENCES 

Driving instructor's licence extended 

1. (I) Despite subsection 8 (1) of Regulation 586 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990, the term of validity of a driving instruc- 
tor's licence is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if, 
without the extension, the term of validity would expire under that 
subsection on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

(2) A driving instructor's licence whose term of validity is 
extended under subsection (1) is not renewable unless the licence is 
renewed within one year of the expiry date referred to in subsection 
8 (1) of Regulation 586 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990. 

13/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 103/02 

made under the 
TRUCK TRANSPORTATION ACT 



ONTARIO REGULATION 106/02 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 



Made: February 6, 2002 
Filed: March 13, 2002 

EXTENDING TERM OF VALIDITY OF 
LOAD BROKER CERTIFICATES 

Load broker certificates extended 

1. Despite subsection 3(1) of Ontario Regulation 556/92, the term 
of validity of a load broker certificate is extended beyond the expiry 
date shown on the certificate until the date this Regulation is revoked 



Made: February 6, 2002 
Filed: March 13,2002 

EXTENDING TERM OF VALIDITY OF 
SAFETY STANDARDS CERTIFICATES 

Validity of safety standards certificate extended 

1. Despite clause 2 (1) (a) of Regulation 628 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1990, the term of validity of a safety standards 
certificate is extended until the day this Regulation is revoked if. 



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without the extension, the certificate would cease to be valid for the 
purpose of receiving a permit for a used motor vehicle by reason of 
the expiry of the 36-day period referred to in that clause on or after 
the day this Regulation comes into force. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 107/02 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 6, 2002 
Filed: March 13,2002 

EXTENDING TERM OF VALIDITY 
OF VEHICLE PERMITS 



Motor vehicle permits extended 

1. Despite subsection 4 (1) of Regulation 628 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990, the term of validity of a motor vehicle 
permit is extended until the day this Regulation is revolced if, without 
the extension, the permit would cease to be currently validated under 
that subsection on or after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

Commercial motor vehicle permits extended 

2. Despite subsection 5 (1) of Regulation 628 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990, the term of validity of a commercial 
motor vehicle permit is extended until the day this Regulation is 
revoked if, without the extension, the permit would cease to be 
currently validated under that subsection on or after the day this 
Regulation comes into force. 

Temporary permits extended 

3. Despite subsection 11 (1) of Regulation 628 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990, a Temporary permit that is issued on or 
after the day this Regulation comes into force is valid until the day 
this Regulation is revoked. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 108/02 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 6, 2002 
Filed: March 13,2002 

EXEMPTING NEW RESIDENTS 
FROM VEHICLE REGISTRATION 

Vehicle registration exemption extended for new residents 

1. A motor vehicle owned by a person who complies with the 
conditions for the 30-day exemption set out in subsection 15 (2) of the 
Act is exempt from subsections 7(1) and (4) of the Act for 60 days 
after the day this Regulation comes into force. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 109/02 

made under the 

HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 6, 2002 
Filed: March 14, 2002 

SAFETY STANDARDS, ANNUAL INSPECTION 
AND STRUCTURAL INSPECTION CERTIFICATES 

Copy of safety standards certificates 

1. A licensee of a motor vehicle inspection station shall be deeme 
to be in compliance with the condition of the licence respecting safet 
standards certificates set out in clause 5 (c) of Regulation 601 of th 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 if the licensee issues a copy Q 
the safety standards certificate in Form 5 of that regulation that is ij 
all material respects a likeness of that form. 

Copy of annual inspection certificates and structural inspection 
certificates 

2. A licensee of a motor vehicle inspection station shall be deemC' 
to be in compliance with the condition of the licence respectin 
annual inspection certificates and structural inspection certificates st 
out in clause 5 (c) of Regulation 601 of the Revised Regulations o 
Ontario, 1990 if the licensee issues a copy of the certificate in th 
form supplied by the Ministry that is in all material respects a likenes 
of that form. 

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ONTARIO REGULATION 110/02 

made under the 
HIGHWAY TRAFFIC ACT 

Made: February 6, 2002 
Filed: March 14, 2002 

EXTENDING TERM OF VALIDITY 
OF INSPECTION STICKERS 

Annual inspection sticker extended 

1. Despite subsecUons 8 (5) and 11 (6) of Regulafion 611 of th' 
Revised RegulaUons of Ontario, 1990, the term of validity of an an 
nual inspection sticker is extended until the day this Regulation i 
revoked if, without the extension, the annual inspection sticker wouli 
cease to be valid under either of those subsections on or after the da; 
this Regulation comes into force. 

Safety inspection sticker extended 

2. Despite subsections 10 (6) and 11 (8) of Regulation 611 of th. 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990, the term of validity of a safet; 
inspection sticker is extended until the day this Regulation is revokei 
if, without the extension, the safety inspection sticker would cease ti 
be valid under either of those subsections on or after the day thi 
Regulation comes into force. 

Dump vehicle inspection sticker extended 

3. Despite subsection 9 (5) of Regulation 611 of the Revis» 
Regulafions of Ontario, 1990, the term of validity of a dump vehicl 
inspection sticker is extended until the day this Regulation is revokei 
if, without the extension, the dump vehicle inspection sticker wouli 
cease to be valid under that subsection on or after the day this Régula 
tion comes into force. 



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li' 



Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 



2002—04—06 



ONTARIO REGULATION 111/02 

made under the 

LAND REGISTRATION REFORM ACT 

Made: October 10, 2001 
Filed: March 19, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 16/99 
(Automated System) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Ontario Regulation 16/99 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 44/02. Previous amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. (1) The Table to subsection 3 (1) of Ontario Regulation 
16/99 is amended by striking out the following Item: 



Column 1 


Column 2 


Durham (No. 40) 


June 20, 2001 


(2) The Table to subsection 3 (2) of the Regulation is amended 
by adding the following item: 


Column l 


Column 2 


Durham (No. 40) 


March 19, 2002 



Norm Sterling 
Minister of Consumer and Business Services 



Dated on October 10, 2001 . 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 1 1 2/02 

made under the 

FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT, 1997 

Made: March 20, 2002 
Filed: March 21, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 670/98 
(Open Seasons — Wildlife) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Ontario Regulation 670/98 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulation 34/02. Previous amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazelle dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Items 15, 16, 18 and 21 of Table 5 of Ontario Regulation 
670/98 are revoked and the following substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Area (Nos. refer to 

WMUs unless 
otherwise stated) 


Open Season — Residents 


Open Season — Non-Residents 


Class of Firearm 


15. 


60A,61,62,63A 


From October 15 to the Sunday immediately 

prior to the first Monday in November, in 

any year. 

AND: 

From the Sunday immediately prior to the 

third Monday in November to December 1 5, 

in any year. 


From October 15 to the Sunday immediately 

prior to the first Monday in November, in any 

year. 

AND: 

From the Sunday immediately prior to the 

third Monday in November to December 1 5, 

in any year. 


1 


16. 


64A, 64B, 66A, 
67, 69B 


From October 1 to the Sunday immediately 

prior to the first Monday in November, in 

any year. 

AND: 

From the Sunday immediately prior to the 

second Monday in November to December 

31, in any year. 


From October I to the Sunday immediately 

prior to the first Monday in November, in any 

year. 

AND: 

From the Sunday immediately prior to the 

second Monday in November to December 

3 1 , in any year. 


1 



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Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Area (Nos. refer to 

WMUs unless 
otherwise stated) 


Open Season — Residents 


Open Season — Non-Residents 


Class of Firearm 


16.1 


65 


From October 15 to the Sunday immediately 

prior to the first Monday in November, in 

any year. 

AND: 

From the Sunday immediately prior to the 

second Monday in November to December 

31, in anyyear. 


From October 1 5 to the Sunday immediately 

prior to the first Monday in November, in any 

year. 

AND: 

From the Sunday immediately prior to the 

second Monday in November to December 

31, in anyyear. 


1 


1 


18. 


63B,68A,68B, 71, 

72A, 74A, 75 


From October 1 to the Sunday immediately 

prior to the first Monday in November, in 

any year. 

AND: 

From the Sunday immediately prior to the 

third Monday in November to December 3 1 , 

in any year. 


From October 1 to the Sunday immediately 

prior to the first Monday in November, in any 

year. 

AND: 

From the Sunday immediately prior to the 

third Monday in November to December 31, 

in any year. 


1 



John C.Snobelen 
Minister of Natural Resources 



Dated on March 20, 2002. 
14/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 113/02 

made under the 

FISH AND WILDLIFE CONSERVATION ACT, 1997 

Made: March 20, 2002 
Filed: March 21, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 670/98 
(Open Seasons — Wildlife) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Ontario Regulation 670/98 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 34/02 and 1 12/02. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published 
in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Item 32 of Table 7 of Ontario Regulation 670/98 is revoked 
and the following substituted: 



Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Column 5 


Column 6 


Species 


Area (Nos. refer to WMUs 
unless otherwise stated) 


Open Season — 
Residents and Non- 
Residents 


Time Limits 


Daily 8ag Limits 


Possession Limits 


32. 


Wild 
Turkey 


59,60A,61,63, 64A,64B, 
65, 66 A, 67, 68, 69 A, 698, 
70,71,72,73,74,75,76,77, 
78, 79, 80, 81, 82A, 828, 
83A, 84, 85, 87, 88, 89, 90, 
91,92A,928,92C,92D,93A 


From April 25, or if 
April 25 falls on a 
Saturday or Sunday, 
the Monday 
iimnediately following 
April 25, and ending on 
May 31. 


'/2 hour before 
sunrise to 12 
o'clock noon 


As provided in Part 
VI of Ontario 
Regulation 665/98 
(Hunting) 





JOHN C.Snobelen 
Minister of Natural Resources 



Dated on March 20, 2002. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 114/02 

made under the 

ARTHUR WISHART ACT (FRANCHISE 
DISCLOSURE), 2000 

Made: March 21, 2002 
Filed: March 22, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 9/01 
(Exemption of Franchisors under Subsection 13 (1) of the Act) 

Note: Ontario Regulation 9/01 has previously been amended. 
Those amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations 
published in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Section 1 of Ontario Regulation 9/01 is amended, 

(a) by striking out "Grand & Toy Limited"; and 

(b) by adding tlie following items: 

Ace Hardware Canada Limited 
Goodyear Canada Inc. 

Norman W. Sterling 
Minister of Consumer and Business Services 



Dated on March 2 1 , 2002. 
14/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 115/02 

made under the 

ONTARIO ENERGY BOARD ACT, 1998 

Made: March 20, 2002 
Filed: March 22, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 161/99 
(Definitions and Exemptions) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Ontario Regulation 161/99 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 20/02 and 72/02. Previous 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published 
in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



\. Section S of Ontario Regulation 161/99 is amended by add- 
ing the following subsections: 

(6) Section 7 1 of the Act does not apply to a subsidiary of the 
Services Corporation, that owns or operates a distribution system in 
Ontario, with respect to the provision of sentinel light services, in- 
cluding the maintenance of sentinel lights, for persons who, on the 
day that this subsection came into force, were customers of a sentinel 
light program. 

(7) Section 71 of the Act does not apply to a subsidiary of the 
Services Corporation, that owns or operates a distribution system in 
Ontario, with respect to the provision of municipal street light ser- 
vices. 

(8) Subsection (7) does not apply afler September 30, 2002. 
14/02 



ONTARIO REGULATION 1 16/02 

made under the 
ELECTRICITY ACT, 1998 

Made: March 20, 2002 
Filed: March 22, 2002 

Amending O. Reg. 160/99 
(Definitions and Exemptions) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Ontario Regulation 160/99 has been 
amended by Ontario Regulations 19/02 and 71/02. fh-evious 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations published 
in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Section 4 Ontario Regulation 160/99 is amended by adding 
the following subsections: 

(5) Subsection 50 (4) of the Act does not apply to a subsidiary of 
the Services Corporation with respect to the provision of sentinel light 
services, including the maintenance of sentinel lights, for persons 
who, on the day that this subsection came into force, were customers 
of a sentinel light program. 

(6) Subsection 50 (4) of the Act does not apply to a subsidiary of 
the Services Corporation with respect to the provision of municipal 
street light services. 

(7) Subsection (6) does not apply after September 30, 2002. 
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Publications under the Regulations Act 
Publications en vertu de la Loi sur les règlements 

2002— «4— 10 



ONTARIO REGULATION 117/02 

made under the 
RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 



ONTARIO REGULATION 118/02 

made under the 

RETAIL SALES TAX ACT 



Made: March 20, 2002 
Filed: March 25, 2002 

Amending Reg. 1012 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Definitions by Minister, Exemptions, Forms and Rebates) 

Note: Regulation 1012 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. Regulation 1012 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
is amended by adding the following section: 

3.1.1 (1) This section sets out the exclusions from the definition 
of "promotional distribution" in subsection I (1) of the Act. 

(2) The provision of a cellular telephone to a person (the "recipi- 
ent") at less than ftill fair value is excluded from the application of the 
definition of "promotional distribution" if all of the following criteria 
are met: 



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1 . The cellular telephone is provided to the recipient on or after 
December 18, 1997. 

2. Tax is or will be paid on any fair value paid at the time of retail 
sale. 

3. The cellular telephone caimot be used to access services of a 
person other than the person (the "service provider") who pro- 
vided it or caused it to be provided to the recipient at less than 
fiill fair value. 

4. The services of the service provider that can be accessed by 
using the cellular telephone include taxable services. 

5. The service provider has the reasonable expectation that the 
revenue he, she or it receives from all taxable services 
described in paragraph 4 will equal or exceed the sum of, 

i. the cost of all taxable services described in paragraph 4, 
and 

ii. the amount by which the full fair value of all of the cellular 
telephones described in paragraph 3 exceeds the amount, if 
any, that the recipients pay for them. 

James M. Flaherty 
Minister of Finance 



Made: March 22, 2002 
Filed: March 25, 2002 

Amending Reg. 1012 of R.R.O. 1990 
(Definitions by Minister, Exemptions, Forms and Rebates) 

Note: Since the end of 2001, Regulation 1012 has been amended by 
Ontario Regulation 117/02. Previous amendments are listed 
in the Table of Regulations published in The Ontario Gazette 
datedJanuary 19, 2002. 

1. Section 1 of Regulation 1012 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following definition: 

"audio book" means an audio recording in which all or substantially 
all of the content is a spoken reading of a book; 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

14 J (I) A piu-chaser of an audio book is exempt under paragraph 
66 of subsection 7 (1) of the Act ft-om tax, 

(a) if he or she is legally blind and the audio book is purchased for 
his or her own use; or 

(b) if he or she purchases the audio book on behalf of a person 
who is legally blind for that person's own use. 

(2) For the purposes of subsection (1), a person is legally blind if 
his or her permanent visual acuity in both eyes with proper refractive 
lenses is 20/200 or less, when measured using a Snellen chart or a 
chari that is equivalent to a Snellen chart, or whose greatest diameter 
of field of vision is permanently less than 20 degrees. 

2. This Regulation comes into force on the day that subsection 
192 (3) of the Responsible Choices for Growth and Fiscal Responsi- 
bility Act (Budget Measures), 200 J comes into force. 



James M. Flaherty 
Minister of Finance 



Dated on March 22, 2002. 



Dated on March 22, 2002. 



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ONTARIO REGULATION 119/02 

made under the 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS ACT 

Made: March 20, 2002 
Filed: March 28, 2002 

Amending Reg. 69 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 69 has previously been amended. Those amend- 
ments are listed in the Table of Regulations published in The 
Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

1. (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 69 of tlie Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the following defini- 
tions: 

"continuum of care applicant", in relation to a continuum of care 
approved charitable home for the aged, means a person who resides 
in a project set out opposite the approved charitable home for the 
aged in Column 2 of the Continuum of Care Facilities Table and 
has resided there as of a date eariier than July 1, 1994; 

"Continuum of Care Facilities Table" means the table published by 
the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care that is titled "Contin- 
uum of Care Facilities Table" and that is dated October 24, 1996; 

"continuum of care approved charitable home for the aged" means an 
approved charitable home for the aged set out in Column 1 of the 
Continuum of Care Facilities Table; 

"interim bed" means a bed that exists in an approved charitable home 
for the aged for a temporary period of time under the terms of a 
service agreement for interim beds; 

(2) The definitions of "private room" and "registered nurse" in 
subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation are revoked and the following 
substituted: 

"private room" means a room with one bed, other than, 

(a) a room with one bed that is part of a semi-private room 
described in clause (b) of the definition of "semi-private 
room", or 

(b) a room that is designated by an approved corporation as a stan- 
dard room; 

"registered nurse" means a member of the College of Nurses of 
Ontario who holds a certificate of registration as a registered nurse 
nnAsi Xhe Nursing Act, 1991; 

(3) Subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following definitions: 

"related temporary approved charitable home for the aged" means, 
where all or some of the beds in an approved charitable home for 
the aged are to be temporarily or permanently closed, another 
approved charitable home for the aged, if any, that is operated by 
the same approved corporation and is to provide beds to residents 
of the original approved charitable home for the aged on a 
temporary basis until beds in the re-opened approved charitable 
home for the aged or replacement approved charitable home for the 
aged are available for those residents; 

"related temporary home" has the same meaning as in Regulation 637 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the 
Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act; 

"related temporary nursing home" has the same meaning as in Regu- 
lation 832 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under 
the Nursing Homes Act; 



"re-opened approved charitable home for the aged" means, where all 
or some of the beds in an approved charitable home for the aged 
are to be temporarily closed, the same approved charitable home 
for the aged once those beds are re-opened; 

"re-opened home" has the same meaning as in Regulation 637 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the Homes for 
the Aged and Rest Homes Act; 

"re-opened nursing home" has the same meaning as in Regulation 832 
of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the Nurs- 
ing Homes Act; 

"replacement approved charitable home for the aged" means, where 
all or some of the beds in an approved charitable home for the aged 
are to be permanently closed, the new approved charitable home 
for the aged, if any, to be operated by the same approved corpora- 
tion and to serve as a replacement for the beds being closed in the 
original approved charitable home for the aged; 

"replacement home" has the same meaning as in Regulation 637 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1 990 made under the Homes 
for the Aged and Rest Homes Act; 

"replacement nursing home" has the same meaning as in Regulation 
832 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the 
Nursing Homes Act; 

(4) The definition of "semi-private room" in subsection 1 (1) of 
the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

"semi-private room" means, 

(a) a room with two beds, other than a room that is designated by 
an approved corporation as a standard room, or 

(b) a room with one bed that is joined to another room with one 
bed by a washroom shared by both rooms, other than a room 
that is designated by an approved corporation as a standard 
room; 

(5) Subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following definition: 

"veterans' priority access bed" means a bed that has been designated 
as a veteran's priority access bed under section 9.8 of the Act. 

2. Clause 20.1 (2) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(a) the approved corporation is informed by the inter-disciplinary 
team providing the resident's care or, in the case of a resident 
who is absent from the home, by the resident's physician, that 
the home cannot provide a sufficiently secure environment to 
ensure the safety of the resident or the safety of persons who 
come into contact with the resident, and other arrangements are 
made to provide the accommodation, care and secure environ- 
ment required by the resident; 

3. Section 20.2 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

20.2 (1) An approved corporation maintaining and operating an 
approved charitable home for the aged shall require the inter- 
disciplinary team providing a resident's care to inform the approved 
corporation if the team is of the opinion that the home cannot provide 
a sufficiently secure environment to ensure the safety of the resident 
or the safety of persons who come into contact with the resident. 

(2) If an approved corporation maintaining and operating an 
approved charitable home for the aged is informed by the inter- 
disciplinary team providing a resident's care that, in the opinion of the 
team, the home cannot provide a sufficiently secure environment to 
ensure the safety of the resident or the safety of persons who come 
into contact with the resident, the approved corporation shall ensure 
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hospital or other facility better suited to provide the accommodation, 
care and secure environment required by the resident. 

4. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

Information 

59.1 When a person who wishes to seek admission to an approved 
charitable home for the aged contacts a placement co-ordinator, the 
placement co-ordinator shall provide the person with information 
about retirement homes and other alternative services that the person 
may wish to consider. 

5. Subsections 61 (4) and (5) of the Regulation are revoked. 

6. (1) Clauses 65 (1) (c) and (d) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 



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(c) an up-to-date health assessment of the person, in the form 
provided by the Minister, signed by, 

(i) a member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Ontario, or 

(ii) a registered nurse who holds a general certificate of regis- 
tration or an extended certificate of registration in accor- 
dance with the regulations made under the Nursing Act, 
199 1\ 

(d) an up-to-date functional assessment of the person conducted by 
a health or social service provider approved by the placement 
co-ordinator: and 



(2) Subsections 65 (2) and (3) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(2) Despite subsection (1), the following persons are not required 
to establish that they are at least 18 years old and are not required to 
comply with clauses (1) (b), (c) and (d): 

1 . A long-stay resident applying for a determination of eligibility 
for the purpose of transferring to another approved charitable 
home for the aged as a long-stay resident. 

2. A long-stay resident under the Homes for the Aged and Rest 
Homes Act or the Nursing Homes Act applying for a determina- 
tion of eligibility for the purpose of transferring to an approved 
charitable home for the aged as a long-stay resident. 

(3) Despite subsection (1), a person described in a paragraph of 
subsection (2) who is applying for a determination of eligibility for 
the purpose of transferring to a related temporary approved charitable 
home for the aged, a re-opened approved charitable home for the aged 
or a replacement approved charitable home for the aged as a long-stay 
resident is not required to provide his or her request for a determina- 
tion respecting his or her eligibility in the form provided by the Minis- 
ter, if he or she is a long-stay resident of the original approved chari- 
table hoine for the aged or was a long-stay resident of the original 
approved charitable home for the aged immediately before the closure 
of his or her bed in the home. 

(3) Subsection 65 (4) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "category 1" and substituting "category lA". 

7. (1) Clause 67 (1) (c) of the Regulation is amended by strik- 
ing out "79" at the end and substituting "79.4". 

(2) Section 67 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(1.1) Despite clause (1) (a), a request for authorization of 
admission need not be in writing if it is a request for authorization of 
admission as a long-stay resident with respect to a related temporary 
approved charitable home for the aged, a re-opened approved 
charitable home for the aged or a replacement approved charitable 
home for the aged made by a person who is a long-stay resident of the 



original approved charitable home for the aged or was a long-stay 
resident of the original approved charitable home for the aged 
immediately before the closure of his or her bed in the home. 

8. Subsection 68 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
"Subject to sections 68.1 and 69.1" at the beginning. 

9. The Regulation is amended by adding the following section: 

68.1 (1) A placement co-ordinator shall not provide the informa- 
tion and request referred to in subsection 68 (I) to an approved corpo- 
ration maintaining and operating an approved charitable home for the 
aged selected by an applicant if, at that point in time, the total number 
of approved charitable homes for the aged, nursing homes under the 
Nursing Homes Act and homes under the Homes for the Aged and 
Rest Homes Act, which have approved or are considering the appli- 
cant's admission, is three or more. 

(2) If, at a later point in time, the total number of approved chari- 
table homes for the aged, nursing homes under the Nursing Homes 
Act and homes under the Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act, 
which have approved or are considering the applicant's admission, is 
less than three, the placement co-ordinator may then provide the in- 
formation and request referred to in subsection 68 (1) to an approved 
corporation maintaining and operating another approved charitable 
home for the aged selected by the applicant so long as, at any point in 
time, the total number of approved charitable homes for the aged, 
nursing homes under the Nursing Homes Act and homes under the 
Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act, which have approved or are 
considering the applicant's admission, does not exceed three. 

(3) This section does not apply to a person who will be placed in 
category lA or the short-stay category on the waiting list for the 
approved charitable home for the aged if the approved corporation 
approves his or her admission to the home. 

10. Subsection 69 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
"Subject to section 69.1" at the beginning. 

11. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sec- 
tion: 

69.1 (1) Sections 68 and 69 do not apply to a related temporary 
approved charitable home for the aged, a re-opened approved charita- 
ble home for the aged or a replacement approved charitable home for 
the aged. 

(2) The approved corporation maintaining and operating a related 
temporary approved charitable hoine for the aged, a re-opened 
approved charitable home for the aged or a replacement approved 
charitable home for the aged shall be deemed to approve the 
admission to the home as a long-stay resident of any person who is a 
long-stay resident of the original approved charitable home for the 
aged or was a long-stay resident of the original approved charitable 
home for the aged immediately before the closure of his or her bed in 
the home. 

12. (1) Subsection 70 (2) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "83" and substituting "81". 

(2) Section 70 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(3) Each placement co-ordinator shall also keep a refusal list for 
the purposes of section 72. 

13. Sections 71 to 83 of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

71. (I) The placement co-ordinator designated for an approved 
charitable home for the aged under subsection 9.6 (3) of the Act shall 
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(a) the person is determined by a placement co-ordinator to be 
eligible for admission to an approved charitable home for the 
aged; 

(b) the person applies in accordance with this Regulation for 
authorization of his or her admission to the home; 

(c) the approved corporation maintaining and operating the home 
approves the person's admission to the home; and 

(d) placing the person on the waiting list for the home will not 
result in the total number of waiting lists for approved charita- 
ble homes for the aged, nursing homes under the Nursing 
Homes Act and homes under the Homes for the Aged and Rest 
Homes Act on which the person is placed exceeding three. 

(2) Clause (1) (d) does not apply to a person who will be placed in 
category 1 A or the short-stay category on the waiting list. 

72. (1) A person shall be removed from the waiting list for each 
approved charitable home for the aged to which the person is awaiting 
admission as a long-stay resident and shall be placed on the refusal 
list if, 

(a) the person, 

(i) is a long-stay resident of another approved charitable home 
for the aged, a nursing home under the Nursing Homes Act 
or a home under the Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes 
Act, or 

(ii) is not described in subclause (i) and does not occupy a bed 
in, 

(A) a hospital under the Public Hospitals Act or a private 
hospital licensed under the Private Hospitals Act, 

(B) a facility that is designated as a psychiatric facility 
under section 80.2 of the Menial Health Act and that 
is not exempt under that section from the requirement 
to provide in-patient services in paragraph 1 of sub- 
section 4 (1) of Regulation 741 of the Revised Regu- 
lations of Ontario, 1 990 made under that Act, or 

(C) a facility listed in Schedule 1 to Regulation 272 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1 990 made under the 
Developmental Services Act; and 

(b) a placement co-ordinator offers to authorize the person's 
admission to an approved charitable home for the aged, a 
nursing home under the Nursing Homes Act or a home under 
the Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act as a long-stay 
resident, and the person, 

(i) refuses to consent to admission, 

(ii) refuses to enter into the written agreement mentioned in 
clause 86(l)(e) of this Regulation, clause 155 (1) (e) of 
Regulation 832 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 made under the Nursing Homes Act or clause 12.21 
(1) (e) of Regulation 637 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1 990 made under the Homes for the Aged and 
Rest Homes Act, as applicable, or 

(iii) fails to move into the facility on or before the fifth day 
following the day on which he or she is informed of the 
availability of accommodation. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply if the reason the person acts in 
the manner described in subclause (1) (b) (i), (ii) or (iii) is that the 
person has a short-term illness or injury which, 

(a) prevents the person from moving into the facility at that time; 
or 



(b) would make moving into the facility at that time detrimental to 
the person's health. 

(3) If a person described in subclause (1) (a) (i) is removed from 
the waiting list for an approved charitable home for the aged under 
subsection (1), the person shall be placed on the waiting list for the 
home again to await admission as a long-stay resident if, 

(a) the person provides to the placement co-ordinator designated 
for the home under subsection 9.6 (3) of the Act a new written 
request for authorization of his or her admission to the home as 
a long-stay resident; and 

(b) placing the person on the waiting list for the home will not 
result in the total number of waiting lists for approved charita- 
ble homes for the aged, nursing homes under the Nursing 
Homes Act and homes under the Homes for the Aged and Rest 
Homes Act on which the person is placed exceeding three. 

(4) If a person described in subclause (1) (a) (ii) is removed from 
the waiting list for an approved charitable home for the aged under 
subsection (I), the person shall be placed on the waiting list for the 
home again to await admission as a long-stay resident if, 

(a) the person provides to the placement co-ordinator designated 
for the home under subsection 9.6 (3) of the Act a new written 
request for authorization of his or her admission to the home as 
a long-stay resident and, 

(i) the request is provided 24 weeks or more after the day the 
person was removed from the waiting list, or 

(ii) the request is provided less than 24 weeks after the day the 
person was removed from the waiting list but there has 
been a deterioration in the person's condition or circum- 
stances; and 

(b) placing the person on the waiting list for the home will not 
result in the total number of waiting lists for approved charita- 
ble homes for the aged, nursing homes under the Nursing 
Homes Act and homes under the Homes for the Aged and Rest 
Homes Act on which the person is placed exceeding three. 

(5) Clause (4) (b) does not apply to a person who will be placed in 
category 1 A on the waiting list for the home. 

72.1 (1) A person may be removed from the waiting list for an 
approved charitable home for the aged to which the person is awaiting 
admission as a short-stay resident if the placement co-ordinator 
designated for the home under subsection 9.6 (3) of the Act offers to 
authorize the person's admission to the home and the person, 

(a) refiises to consent to admission; or 

(b) fails to move into the home on the day agreed to by the person. 

(2) A person who is removed from the waiting list for an approved 
charitable home for the aged under subsection (1) shall be placed on 
the waiting list for the home again to await admission as a short-stay 
resident if the person provides to the placement co-ordinator desig- 
nated for the home under subsection 9.6 (3) of the Act a new written 
request for authorization of his or her admission to the home as a 
short-stay resident. 

Placement into Categories on Waiting List 

73. Sections 74 to 79.4 apply only to persons who meet the 
requirements of section 71 or subsection 72 (3) or (4) or 72.1 (2) for 
placement on a waiting list. 

74. (1) A person shall be placed in category lA on the waiting list 
for an approved charitable home for the aged if the person requires 
immediate admission as a result of a crisis arising from the person's 
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(2) A person shall be placed in category lA on the waiting list for 
an approved charitable home for the aged if, 

(a) the person occupies a bed in, 

(i) a hospital under the Public Hospitals Act or a private hos- 
pital licensed under the Private Hospitals Act, 

(ii) a facility that is designated as a psychiatric facility under 
section 80.2 of the Mental Health Act and is not exempt 
under that section from the requirement to provide in- 
patient services in paragraph 1 of subsection 4(1) of 
Regulation 741 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1 990 made under that Act, or 

(iii) a facility listed in Schedule 1 to Regulation 272 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the 
Developmental Services Act; and 

(b) there will be no bed for the person in the hospital or facility 
within six weeks as a result of, 

(i) a permanent closure of all or some of the beds in the hospi- 
tal or facility, or 

(ii) a temporary closure of all or some of the beds in the hospi- 
tal or facility due to an emergency or redevelopment. 

(3) A person shall be placed in category lA on the waiting list for 
an approved charitable home for the aged if, 

(a) the person is a long-stay resident of another approved charita- 
ble home for the aged, a nursing home under the Nursing 
Homes Act or a home under the Homes for the Aged and Rest 
Homes Act; and 

(b) there will be no bed for the person in the facility within six 
weeks as a result of a permanent or temporary closure of all or 
some of the beds in the facility. 

75. A person shall be placed in category 1 B on the waiting list for 
an approved charitable home for the aged if, 

(a) the person does not meet the requirements for placement in 
category lA; 

J. (b) the home is primarily engaged in serving the interests of per- 
■= sons of a particular religion, ethnic origin or linguistic origin; 

' and 

(c) the person is of the religion, ethnic origin or linguistic origin 
primarily served by the home. 

76. (1) A person shall be placed in category 2 on the waiting list 
for an approved charitable home for the aged if, 

(a) the person does not meet the requirements for placement in 
category I A or IB; and 

(b) the person occupies a bed in, 

(i) a hospital under the Public Hospitals Act or a private hos- 
pital licensed under the Private Hospitals Act, 

(ii) a facility that is designated as a psychiatric facility under 
section 80.2 of the Mental Health Act and is not exempt 
under that section from the requirement to provide in- 
patient services in paragraph 1 of subsection 4(1) of 
Regulation 741 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 made under that Act, or 

(iii) a facility listed in Schedule I to Regulation 272 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the 
Developmental Services Act. 



(2) A person shall be placed in category 2 on the waiting list for an 
approved charitable home for the aged if, 

(a) the person does not meet the requirements for placement in 
category lAor IB; 

(b) the person is a long-stay resident of another approved charita- 
ble home for the aged, a nursing home under the Nursing 
Homes Act or a home under the Homes for the Aged and Rest 
Homes Act; and 

(c) there will be no bed for the person in the facility within 16 
weeks as a result of a permanent or temporary closure of all or 
some of the beds in the facility. 

(3) A person shall be placed in category 2 on the waiting list for an 
approved charitable home for the aged if, 

(a) the person does not meet the requirements for placement in 
category 1 A or 1 B; 

(b) the person was or is a long-stay resident of another approved 
charitable home for the aged, a nursing home under the Nurs- 
ing Homes Act or a home under the Homes for the Aged and 
Rest Homes Act; and 

(c) the person was or will be discharged from the facility, 

(i) because the facility cannot provide a sufficiently secure 
environment to ensure the safety of that person or the 
safety of persons who come into contact with that person, 
or 

(ii) because of an absence for the purpose of receiving medical 
or psychiatric care or undergoing medical or psychiatric 
assessment. 

(4) A person shall be placed in category 2 on the waiting list for an 
approved charitable home for the aged if, 

(a) the person does not meet the requirements for placement in 
category I A or IB; and 

(b) the person requires admission within three months because, 

(i) should there be any change in the person's condition or 
circumstances, the person would require immediate admis- 
sion as a result of a crisis arising from the person's condi- 
tion or circiunstances, or 

(ii) attending to the person's care needs is jeopardizing the 
health and well-being of the person's caregiver. 

(5) A person shall be placed in category 2 on the waiting list for an 
approved charitable home for the aged if, 

(a) the person does not meet the requirements for placement in 
category 1 A or IB; and 

(b) the person's spouse or partner is a long-stay resident of the 
approved charitable home for the aged or neither the person 
nor his or her spouse or partner is a long-stay resident of the 
approved charitable home for the aged but both wish to reside 
in the approved charitable home for the aged. 

(6) If a person applies for authorization of his or her admission to 
an approved charitable home for the aged, a home under the Homes 
for the Aged and Rest Homes Act or a nursing home under the Nursing 
Homes Act as a long-stay resident and a placement co-ordinator, with 
the consent of the person, authorizes the person's admission to a 
facility that is not the person's first choice, the person shall, if he or 
she wishes, be kept on the waiting lists for the person's preferred 
approved charitable homes for the aged and shall be placed in 
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77. Despite sections 74 to 76, a person shall be placed in the vet- 
eran category on the waiting list for an approved charitable home for 
the aged if, 

(a) the home contains veterans' priority access beds; 

(b) the person has applied for authorization of his or her admission 
to a veteran's priority access bed; and 

(c) the person is a veteran. 

78. Despite sections 74 to 76, a person shall be placed in the 
exchange category on the waiting list for an approved charitable home 
for the aged if, 

(a) the person, 

(i) occupies a bed in a hospital under the Public Hospitals Act 
or a private hospital licensed under the Private Hospitals 
Act, 

(ii) occupies a bed in a facility that is designated as a 
psychiatric facility under section 80.2 of the Mental Health 
Act and is not exempt under that section from the 
requirement to provide in-patient services in paragraph 1 
of subsection 4 (1) of Regulation 741 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under that Act, 

(iii) occupies a bed in a facility listed in Schedule 1 to Regula- 
tion 272 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made 
under the Developmental Services Act, or 

(iv) is a long-stay resident of another approved charitable home 
for the aged, a nursing home under the Nursing Homes Act 
or a home under the Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes 
Act; 

(b) the person is the subject of an agreement between the approved 
charitable home for the aged to which the person seeks 
admission, at least one hospital or facility mentioned in 
subclause (a) (i), (ii) or (iii) and possibly one or more other 
hospitals, facilities or homes, to exchange identified residents 
or patients, in order to meet the specialized requirements of any 
of the exchanged residents or patients; and 

(c) the result of the exchange will be that the person will become a 
resident of the approved charitable home for the aged to which 
the person seeks admission and a resident of the approved 
charitable home for the aged will be discharged. 

79. Despite sections 74 to 76 and section 78 but subject to section 
77, a person shall be placed in the related temporary approved chari- 
table home for the aged category on the waiting list for an approved 
charitable home for the aged if, 

(a) the approved charitable home for the aged is or will be a 
related temporary approved charitable home for the aged; and 

(b) the person is a long-stay resident of the original approved 
charitable home for the aged or was a long-stay resident of the 
original approved charitable home for the aged immediately 
before the closure of his or her bed in the home. 

79.1 Despite sections 74 to 76 and section 78 but subject to section 
77, a person shall be placed in the re-opened approved charitable 
home for the aged category on the waiting list for an approved chari- 
table home for the aged if, 

(a) the approved charitable home for the aged is or will be a 
re-opened approved charitable home for the aged; and 

(b) the person is a long-stay resident of the original approved 
charitable home for the aged or was a long-stay resident of the 
original approved charitable home for the aged immediately 
before the temporary closure of his or her bed in the home. 



79.2 Despite sections 74 to 76 and section 78 but subject to section 
77, a person shall be placed in the replacement approved charitable 
home for the aged category on the waiting list for an approved chari- 
table home for the aged if, 

(a) the approved charitable home for the aged is or will be a 
replacement approved charitable home for the aged; and 

(b) the person is a long-stay resident of the original approved 
charitable home for the aged or was a long-stay resident of the 
original approved charitable home for the aged immediately 
before the permanent closure of his or her bed in the home. 

79.3 A person shall be placed in category 3 on the waiting list for 
an approved charitable home for the aged if the person does not meet 
the requirements for placement in any other category. 

79.4 (I) Sections 74 to 79.3 do not apply to a person applying for 
authorization of admission to an approved charitable home for the 
aged as a short-stay resident in the respite care or supportive care 
program. 

(2) A person referred to in subsection (1) shall be placed in the 
short-stay category on the waiting list for the approved charitable 
home for the aged. 

Ranking of Categories 

80. For each class of beds set out in a column of Table 5, the cate- 
gories on the waiting list shall be ranked in the order set out in the 
rows below that class of beds, such that a category mentioned in a 
higher row ranks ahead of a category mentioned in a lower row. 

Ranking Within Categories 

81. (I) Within a waiting list category set out in Column I of Table 
6, persons shall be ranked for admission in accordance with the rules 
set out opposite the category in Column 2 of Table 6. 

(2) If, within six weeks after making his or her first application for 
authorization of admission to one or more approved charitable homes 
for the aged, nursing homes under the Nursing Homes Act or homes 
under the Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act as a long-stay 
resident, and before being admitted to one of such facilities, a person 
makes one or more additional applications for authorization of his or 
her admission to one or more approved charitable homes for the aged 
as a long-stay resident, the additional applications made within the 
six-week period shall, for the purpose of Table 6, be deemed to have 
been made at the time that the first application was made. 

(3) If a person who was determined by a placement co-ordinator to 
be ineligible for admission to an approved charitable home for the 
aged as a long-stay resident is determined to be eligible for admission 
as a long-stay resident as a result of an application to the Appeal 
Board under subsection 9.10 (2) of the Act or an appeal to the Divi- 
sional Court under subsection 9.13 (I) of the Act, and if the person 
then makes an application for authorization of his or her admission to 
one or more approved charitable homes for the aged, homes under the 
Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act or nursing homes under the 
Nursing Homes Act as a long-stay resident, 

(a) that application for authorization shall, for the purposes of 
Table 6, be deemed to have been made at the time that the 
placement co-ordinator determined that the person was ineligi- 
ble for admission; and 

(b) all additional applications for authorization of admission to one 
or more approved charitable homes for the aged as a long-stay 
resident, made by the person within six weeks after making the 
first application and before being admitted to one of such 
facilities shall, for the purpose of Table 6, be deemed to have 
been made at the time that the first application is deemed under 
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(4) Despite subsection (2), if a person provides to the placement 
co-ordinator designated for an approved charitable home for the aged 
under subsection 9.6 (3) of the Act a new request for authorization of 
admission to the home under subsection 72 (3) or (4) or 72.1 (2), the 
person shall, for the purpose of Table 6, be deemed to have applied 
for authorization of admission to the home at the time of the provision 
of the new request. 

14. (1) Subsection 84 (1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "an approved charitable home" and substituting "an 
approved charitable home for the aged". 

(2) Subsection 84 (2) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(3) Subsection 84 (4) of the Regulation is amended by inserting 
"for the aged" after "an approved charitable home" in the por- 
tion before clause (a). 

(4) Clause 84 (4) (a) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "or subsection 72 (3)" at the end. 

(5) Clause 84 (4) (d) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "an approved charitable home" at the end and substituting 
"the approved charitable home for the aged". 

(6) Subsection 84 (5) of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(5) Persons on a waiting list for interim beds for an approved 
charitable home for the aged shall be ranked for admission according 
to the time at which they applied for authorization of their admission 
to an interim bed in that home. 

(6) Subsections 81 (2) and (3) apply with necessary modifications 
to the ranking of persons on a waiting list for interim beds for an 
approved charitable home for the aged. 

15. (1) Section 85 of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"79" and substituting "79.4". 

(2) Section 85 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 

(2) If a person who is on the waiting list for an approved charitable 
home for the aged should be placed in a different category on the 
waiting list as a result of amendments made to this Regulation by 
Ontario Regulation 1 1 9/02, the placement co-ordinator keeping the 
waiting list shall place the person in the different category. 

16. (1) Subsection 86 (1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "Subject to section 88" at the beginning and substi- 
tuting "Subject to section 87". 

(2) Clauses 86 (1) (c), (d), (e) and (0 of the Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(c) the home has available the class of accommodation for which 
the person is recorded to be waiting; 

(d) there is no one on the waiting list for the home who is recorded 
to be waiting for the class of accommodation that is available, 
who ranks ahead of the person, and whose admission may be 
authorized under this section; and 

(e) in the case of a person who is applying for authorization of his 
or her admission to the home as a long-stay resident, the person 
agrees in writing with the approved corporation maintaining 
and operating the home that, 

(i) the person will move into the home before noon of the fifth 
day following the day on which he or she is informed of 
the availability of accommodation in the home, 

(ii) if the person moves into the home before noon of the fifth 
day following the day on which he or she is informed of 
the availability of accommodation in the home, the person 
will pay, 



(A) for each day following the day on which the person is 
informed of the availability of accommodation in the 
home and preceding the day on which the person 
moves into the home, the amount that the approved 
corporation would have charged him or her for 
accommodation for that day had he or she been 
a long-stay resident lodged in the available 
accommodation on that day, and 

(B) if the person moves into the home on or after the third 
day following the day on which he or she is informed 
of the availability of accommodation in the home, the 
daily bed-holding amount as determined under 
section 47 for each day from and including the second 
day following the day on which the person is 
informed of the availability of accommodation in the 
home and preceding the day on which the person 
moves into the home, and 

(iii) if the person does not move into the home before noon of 
the fifth day following the day on which he or she is 
informed of the availability of accommodation in the 
home, the person will pay, 

(A) for each of the five days following the day on which 
the person is informed of the availability of 
accommodation in the home, the amount that the 
approved corporation would have charged him or her 
for accormnodation for that day had he or she been a 
long-stay resident lodged in the available 
accommodation on that day, and 

(B) for each of the second, third, fourth and fifth days 
following the day on which the person is informed of 
the availability of accommodation in the home, the 
daily bed-holding amount as determined under sec- 
tion 47. 

(3) Subsection 86 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(2) For the purposes of clauses (1) (c) and (d), the following are 
the classes of accommodation for which a person may be recorded to 
be waiting: 

1. Accommodation for a woman in a respite care or supportive 
care program. 

2. Accommodation for a man in a respite care or supportive care 
program. 

3. Basic accommodation for a woman other than in a respite care 
or supportive care program. 

4. Basic accommodation for a man other than in a respite care or 
supportive care program. 

5. Semi-private accommodation for a woman other than in a 
respite care or supportive care program. 

6. Semi-private accommodation for a man other than in a respite 
care or supportive care program. 

7. Private accommodation for a woman other than in a respite 
care or supportive care program. 

8. Private accommodation for a man other than in a respite care or 
supportive care program. 

(4) Subsection 86 (2.2) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(5) Subsection 86 (3) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "third" and substituting "fifth". 

(6) Section 86 of the Regulation is amended by adding the fol- 
lowing subsection: 



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(5) An approved corporation maintaining and operating an 
approved charitable home for the aged shall inform the placement 
co-ordinator designated for the home under subsection 9.6 (3) of the 
Act of available accommodation in the home within 24 hours after the 
accommodation becomes available. 

17. Clause 87 (b) of the Regulation is amended by striking out 
"category 1" and substituting "category lA". 

18. Subsection 89 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(1) An approved corporation maintaining and operating an 
approved charitable home for the aged shall keep a transfer list 
consisting of, 

(a) the names of the residents of the home who are requesting a 
transfer from preferred accommodation in the home to basic 
accommodation in the home; and 

(b) the names of the residents of the home who are requesting a 
transfer from private accommodation in the home to semi- 
private accommodation in the home. 

19. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sec- 
tion: 

Closing of an Approved Charitable Home for the Aged 

90. (1) If an approved corporation maintaining and operating an 
approved charitable home for the aged intends to close all or some of 
the beds in the home permanently or temporarily, the approved corpo- 
ration shall, no later than 16 weeks before the date of the closure, give 
written notice of that intention to. 



(a) the Director; 

(b) the administrator of the home; 



(c) the placement co-ordinator designated for the home under 
subsection 9.6 (3) of the Act; and 

(d) each resident who will be affected by the closure and the per- 
son who is lawfully authorized to make a decision on behalf of 
the resident concerning the resident's personal care. 

(2) Forthwith after receiving a notice under subsection (1), the 
placement co-ordinator shall contact each resident who will be 
affected by the closure and the person who is lawfially authorized to 
make a decision on behalf of the resident concerning the resident's 
personal care, in order to begin the process of authorizing the 
resident's admission to another approved charitable home for the 
aged, a nursing home under the Nursing Homes Act or a home under 
the Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act. 

20. The heading to Table 2 of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

TABLE 2 
SUBSIDY CALCULATION WORKSHEET 

21. The heading to Table 4 of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

TABLE 4 
RESIDENT PAYMENTS 

22. The Regulation is amended by adding the following Tables: 



TABLE 5 
RANKING OF WAITING LIST CATEGORIES 





Column 1 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Column 5 


Column 6 


Class of Beds 


Beds in a related 
temporary 
approved 
charitable home 
for the aged, 
other than 
veterans' priority 
access beds 


Beds in a 
re-opened 
approved 
charitable home 
for the aged, 
other than 
veterans' priority 
access beds 


Beds in a 
replacement 
approved 
charitable home 
for the aged, 
other than 
veterans' priority 
access beds 


Veterans' priority 
access beds in an 
approved 
charitable home 
for the aged, 
other than a 
related 
temporary, 
re-opened or 
replacement 
approved 
charitable home 
for the aged 


Veterans' priority 
access beds in a 
related 
temporary, 
re-opened or 
replacement 
approved 
charitable home 
for the aged 


All other beds in 
an approved 
charitable home 
for the aged 


Waiting List 
Categories 


Related 
temporary 


Re-opened 


Replacement 


Veteran 


Veteran 


Exchange 


Exchange 


Exchange 


Exchange 


Exchange 


Related 
temporary, 
re-opened or 
replacement, as 
applicable 


lA 


lA 


lA 


lA 


lA 


Exchange 


IB 


IB 


IB 


IB 


IB 


lA 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


IB 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 












3 










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Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Category 


Rules 


1. 


Related temporary, re-opened and 
replacement approved charitable 
home for the aged 


Persons shall be ranked according to the date of their admission to the original approved 
charitable home for the aged. 


2. 


Veteran 

•lu;»* '■- : 


(a) Veterans who require immediate admission as a result of a crisis arising from their 
condition or circumstances shall rank ahead of all other veterans. 

(b) As among themselves, veterans who require immediate admission as a result of a 
crisis arising from their condition or circumstances shall be ranked according to the 
urgency of their need for admission. 

(c) Veterans who do not require immediate admission as a result of a crisis arising from 
their condition or circumstances but are continuum of care applicants on the waiting list 
for the continuum of care approved charitable home for the aged shall rank ahead of all 
other veterans who do not require immediate admission as a result of a crisis arising 
from their condition or circumstances. 

(d) As among themselves, veterans who do not require immediate admission as a result 
of a crisis arising from their condition or circumstances but are continuum of care 
applicants shall be ranked according to the time at which they applied for authorization 
of their admission to the approved charitable home for the aged. 

(e) As among themselves, veterans who do not require immediate admission as a result 
of a crisis arising from their condition or circumstances and are not continuum of care 
applicants shall be ranked according to the time at which they applied for authorization 
of their admission to the approved charitable home for the aged. 


3. 


lA 


Persons shall be ranked according to the urgency of their need for admission. 


4. 


All categories, other than those in 
items 1,2, 3 and 5 


(a) Persons who are continuum of care applicants on the waiting list for the continuum 
of care approved charitable home for the aged shall rank ahead of all other persons in 
the same category. 

(b) As among themselves, persons in the same category who are continuum of care 
applicants shall be ranked according to the time at which they applied for authorization 
of their admission to the approved charitable home for the aged. 

(c) As among themselves, persons in the same category who are not continuum of care 
applicants shall be ranked according to the time at which they applied for authorization 
of their admission to the approved charitable home for the aged. 


5. 


Short-stay 


Persons shall be ranked according to the time at which they applied for authorization of 
their admission to the approved charitable home for the aged. 



23. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 2002. 

15/02 

ONTARIO REGULATION 120/02 

made under the 

HOMES FOR THE AGED 
AND REST HOMES ACT 

Made: March 20, 2002 
Filed: March 28, 2002 

Amending Reg. 637 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Note: Regulation 637 has previously been amended. Those 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations pub- 
lished in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 

I. (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 637 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the follow- 
ing definitions: 



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"continuum of care applicant", in relation to a continuum of care 
home, means a person who resides in a project set out opposite 
the home in Column 2 of the Continuum of Care Facilities Table 
and has resided there as of a date earlier than July 1 , 1994; 

"Continuum of Care Facilities Table" means the table published by 
the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care that is titled "Con- 
tinuum of Care Facilities Table" and that is dated October 24, 
1996; 

"continuum of care home" means a home set out in Column 1 of the 
Continuum of Care Facilities Table; 

"interim bed" means a bed that exists in a home for a temporary 
period of time under the terms of a service agreement for interim 
beds; 

(2) The derinitions of "private room" and "registered nurse" 
in subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation are revolted and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

"private room" means a room with one bed, other than, 

(a) a room with one bed that is part of a semi-private room 
described in clause (b) of the definition of "semi-private 
room", or 

(b) a room that is designated as a standard room by the munici- 
pality, municipalities or board maintaining and operating a 
home; 

"registered nurse" means a member of the College of Nurses of 
Ontario who holds a certificate of registration as a registered 
nurse under the Nursing Act, 1991; 

(3) Subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following definitions: 

"related temporary approved charitable home for the aged" has the 
same meaning as in Regulation 69 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 made under the Charitable Institutions Act; 

"related temporary home" means, where all or some of the beds in a 
home are to be temporarily or permanently closed, another home, 
if any, that is operated by the same municipality, municipalities 
or board and is to provide beds to residents of the original home 
on a temporary basis until beds in the re-opened home or 
replacement home are available for those residents; 

"related temporary nursing home" has the same meaning as in 
Regulation 832 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
made under the Nursing Homes Act; 

"re-opened approved charitable home for the aged" has the same 
meaning as in Regulation 69 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 made under the Charitable Institutions Act; 

"re-opened home" means, where all or some of the beds in a home 
are to be temporarily closed, the same home once those beds are 
re-opened; 

"re-opened nursing home" has the same meaning as in Regulation 
832 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the 
Nursing Homes Act; 

"replacement approved charitable home for the aged" has the same 
meaning as in Regulation 69 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 made under the Charitable Institutions Act; 

"replacement home" means, where all or some of the beds in a home 
are to be permanently closed, the new home, if any, to be oper- 
ated by the same municipality, municipalities or board and to 
serve as a replacement for the beds being closed in the original 
home; 



"replacement nursing home" has the same meaning as in Regulation 
832 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the 
Nursing Homes Act; 

(4) The definition of "semi-private room" in subsection 1 (1) 
of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

"semi-private room" means, 

(a) a room with two beds, other than a room that is designated as 
a standard room by the municipality, municipalities or board 
maintaining and operating a home, or 

(b) a room with one bed that is joined to another room with one 
bed by a washroom shared by both rooms, other than a room 
that is designated as a standard room by the municipality, 
municipalities or board maintaining and operating a home; 

(5) Subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following definition: 

"veterans' priority access bed", in relation to a home, means a bed 
that has been designated as a veteran's priority access bed as 
required under the terms of the home's service agreement. 

2. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sec- 
tion: 

Information 

6.1 When a person who wishes to seek admission to a home 
contacts a placement co-ordinator, the placement co-ordinator shall 
provide the person with information about retirement homes and 
other alternative services that the person may wish to consider. 

3. Subsections 8 (4) and (5) of the Regulation are revoked. 

4. (1) Clauses 12 (1) (c) and (d) of the Regulation are 
revoked and the follovnng substituted: 

(c) an up-to-date health assessment of the person, in the form 
provided by the Minister, signed by, 

(i) a member of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of 
Ontario, or 

(ii) a registered nurse who holds a general certificate of 
registration or an extended certificate of registration in 
accordance with the regulations made under the Nursing 
Act. 1991; 

(d) an up-to-date functional assessment of the person conducted 
by a health or social service provider approved by the place- 
ment co-ordinator; and 

(2) Subsections 12 (2) and (3) of the Regulation are revoked 
and the following substituted: 

(2) Despite subsection (1), the following persons are not required 
to establish that they are at least 18 years old and are not required to 
comply with clauses (I) (b), (c) and (d): 

1. A long-stay resident applying for a determination of eligibil- 
ity for the purpose of transferring to another home as a long- 
stay resident. 

2. A long-stay resident under the Charitable Institutions Act or 
the Nursing Homes Act applying for a determination of eligi- 
bility for the purpose of transferring to a home as a long-stay 
resident. 

(3) Despite subsection (I), a person described in a paragraph of 
subsection (2) who is applying for a determination of eligibility for 
the purpose of transferring to a related temporary home, a re-opened 
home or a replacement home as a long-stay resident is not required 
to provide his or her request for a determination respecting his or 
her eligibility in the form provided by the Minister, if he or she is a 
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of the original home immediately before the closure of his or her 
bed in the home. 

(3) Subsection 12 (4) of the Regulation is amended by strik- 
ing out "category 1" and substituting "category lA". 

5. (1) Clause 12.2 (1) (c) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "12.14" at the end and substituting "12.14.4". 

(2) Section 12.2 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(1.1) Despite clause (1) (a), a request for authorization of 
admission need not be in writing if it is a request for authorization of 
admission as a long-stay resident with respect to a related temporary 
home, a re-opened home or a replacement home made by a person 
who is a long-stay resident of the original home or was a long-stay 
resident of the original home immediately before the closure of his 
or her bed in the home. 

6. Subsection 12.3 (1) of the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing "Subject to sections 12.3.1 and 12.4.1" at the beginning. 

7. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sec- 
tion: 

123.1 (I) A placement co-ordinator shall not provide the 
information and request referred to in subsection 12.3 (1) to the 
committee of management or the board, as the case may be, of a 
home selected by an applicant if, at that point in time, the total 
number of homes, approved charitable homes for the aged under the 
Charitable Institutions Act and nursing homes under the Nursing 
Homes Act, which have approved or are considering the applicant's 
admission, is three or more. 

(2) If, at a later point in time, the total number of homes, 
approved charitable homes for the aged under the Charitable 
Institutions Act and nursing homes under the Nursing Homes Act, 
which have approved or are considering the applicant's admission, 
is less than three, the placement co-ordinator may then provide the 
information and request referred to in subsection 12.3 (1) to the 
committee of management or the board, as the case may be, of 
another home selected by the applicant so long as, at any point in 
time, the total number of homes, approved charitable homes for the 
aged under the Charitable Institutions Act and nursing homes under 
the Nursing Homes Act, which have approved or are considering the 
applicant's admission, does not exceed three. 

(3) This section does not apply to a person who will be placed in 
category I A or the short-stay category on the waiting list for the 
home if the committee of management or the board, as the case may 
be, approves his or her admission to the home. 

8. Subsection 12.4 (1) of the Regulation is amended by add- 
ing "Subject to section 12.4.1" at the beginning. 

9. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sec- 
tion: 

12.4.1 (1) Sections 12.3 and 12.4 do not apply to a related tem- 
jjorary home, a re-opened home or a replacement home. 

(2) The municipality, municipalities or board maintaining and 
operating a related temporary home, a re-opened home or a 
replacement home shall be deemed to approve the admission to the 
home as a long-stay resident of any person who is a long-stay 
resident of the original home or was a long-stay resident of the 
original home irrunediately before the closure of his or her bed in 
the home. 

10. (1) Subsection 12.5 (2) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "12.18" and substituting "12.16". 

(2) Section 12.5 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 



(3) Each placement co-ordinator shall also keep a refusal list for 
the purposes of section 12.7. 

11. Sections 12.6 to 12.18 of the Regulation are revoked and 
the following substituted: 

12.6 (1) The placement co-ordinator designated for a home 
under subsection 1 8 (3) of the Act shall place a person on the wait- 
ing list for the home if, and only if, 

(a) the person is determined by a placement co-ordinator to be 
eligible for admission to a home; 

(b) the person applies in accordance with this Regulation for 
authorization of his or her admission to the home; 

(c) the committee of management or the board, as the case may 
be, of the home approves the person's admission to the home; 
and 

(d) placing the person on the waiting list for the home will not 
result in the total number of waiting lists for homes, approved 
charitable homes for the aged under the Charitable Institu- 
tions Act and nursing homes under the Nursing Homes Act on 
which the person is placed exceeding three. 

(2) Clause (1) (d) does not apply to a person who will be placed 
in category 1 A or the short-stay category on the waiting list. 

12.7 (1) A person shall be removed from the waiting list for 
each home to which the person is awaiting admission as a long-stay 
resident and shall be placed on the refusal list if, 

(a) the person, 

(i) is a long-stay resident of another home, an approved 
charitable home for the aged under the Charitable Insti- 
tutions Act or a nursing home under the Nursing Homes 
Act, or 

(ii) is not described in subclause (i) and does not occupy a 
bed in, 

(A) a hospital under the Public Hospitals Act or a pri- 
vate hospital licensed under the Private Hospitals 
Act, 

(B) a facility that is designated as a psychiatric facility 
under section 80.2 of the Mental Health Act and that 
is not exempt under that section from the require- 
ment to provide in-patient services in paragraph I of 
subsection 4 (I) of Regulation 741 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1 990 made under that Act, 
or 

(C) a facility listed in Schedule I to Regulation 272 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made 
under the Developmental Services Act; and 

(b) a placement co-ordinator offers to authorize the person's 
admission to a home, an approved charitable home for the 
aged under the Charitable Institutions Act or a nursing home 
under the Nursing Homes Act as a long-stay resident, and the 
person, 

(i) refuses to consent to admission, 

(ii) refuses to enter into the written agreement mentioned in 
clause 12.21 (l)(e) of this Regulation, clause 86 (I) (e) 
of Regulation 69 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1990 made under the Charitable Institutions Act or 
clause 155 (I) (e) of Regulation 832 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the Nursing 
Homes Act, as applicable, or 



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(iii) fails to move into the facility on or before the fifth day 
following the day on which he or she is informed of the 
availability of accommodation. 

(2) Subsection (1) does not apply if the reason the person acts in 
the manner described in subclause (1) (b) (i), (ii) or (iii) is that the 
person has a short-term illness or injury which, 

(a) prevents the person fi-om moving into the facility at that time; 
or 

(b) would make moving into the facility at that time detrimental 
to the person's health. 

(3) If a person described in subclause (1) (a) (i) is removed from 
the waiting list for a home under subsection (1), the person shall be 
placed on the waiting list for the home again to await admission as a 
long-stay resident if, 

(a) the person provides to the placement co-ordinator designated 
for the home under subsection 18 (3) of the Act a new written 
request for authorization of his or her admission to the home 
as a long-stay resident; and 

(b) placing the person on the waiting list for the home will not 
result in the total number of waiting lists for homes, approved 
charitable homes for the aged under the Charitable Institu- 
tions Act and nursing homes under the Nursing Homes Act on 
which the person is placed exceeding three. 

(4) If a person described in subclause (1) (a) (ii) is removed from 
the waiting list for a home under subsection (I), the person shall be 
placed on the waiting list for the home again to await admission as a 
long-stay resident if, 

(a) the person provides to the placement co-ordinator designated 
for the home under subsection 18 (3) of the Act a new written 
request for authorization of his or her admission to the home 
as a long-stay resident and, 

(i) the request is provided 24 weeks or more after the day 
the person was removed from the waiting list, or 

(ii) the request is provided less than 24 weeks after the day 
the person was removed from the waiting list but there 
has been a deterioration in the person's condition or cir- 
cumstances; and 

(b) placing the person on the waiting list for the home will not 
result in the total number of waiting lists for homes, approved 
charitable homes for the aged under the Charitable Institu- 
tions Act and nursing homes under the Nursing Homes Act on 
which the person is placed exceeding three. 

(5) Clause (4) (b) does not apply to a person who will be placed 
in category 1 A on the waiting list for the home. 

12.7.1 (I) A person may be removed from the waiting list for a 
home to which the person is awaiting admission as a short-stay 
resident if the placement co-ordinator designated for the home under 
subsection 1 8 (3) of the Act offers to authorize the person's admis- 
sion to the home and the person, 

(a) refijses to consent to admission; or 

(b) fails to move into the home on the day agreed to by the per- 
son. 

(2) A person who is removed from the waiting list for a home 
under subsection ( I ) shall be placed on the waiting list for the home 
again to await admission as a short-stay resident if the person pro- 
vides to the placement co-ordinator designated for the home under 
subsection 18 (3) of the Act a new written request for authorization 
of his or her admission to the home as a short-stay resident. 



Placement into Categories on Waiting List 

12.8 Sections 12.9 to 12.14.4 apply only to persons who meet the 
requirements of section 12.6 or subsection 12.7 (3) or (4) or 12.7.1 
(2) for placement on a waiting list. 

12.9 (1) A person shall be placed in category lA on the waiting 
list for a home if the person requires immediate admission as a 
result of a crisis arising from the person's condition or 
circumstances. 

(2) A person shall be placed in category 1 A on the waiting list 
for a home if, 

(a) the person occupies a bed in, 

(i) a hospital under the Public Hospitals Act or a private 
hospital licensed under the Private Hospitals Act, 

(ii) a facility that is designated as a psychiatric facility under 
section 80.2 of the Mental Health Act and is not exempt 
under that section from the requirement to provide 
in-patient services in paragraph 1 of subsection 4 (1) of 
Regulation 741 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1 990 made under that Act, or 

(iii) a facility listed in Schedule 1 to Regulation 272 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the 
Developmental Services Act; and 

(b) there will be no bed for the person in the hospital or facility 
within six weeks as a result of, 

(i) a permanent closure of all or some of the beds in the 
hospital or facility, or 

(ii) a temporary closure of all or some of the beds in the , 
hospital or facility due to an emergency or redevelop- | 
ment. ' 

(3) A person shall be placed in category lA on the waiting list 
for a home if, 

(a) the person is a long-stay resident of another home, an 
approved charitable home for the aged under the Charitable 
Institutions Act or a nursing home under the Nursing Homes 
Act; and 

(b) there will be no bed for the person in the facility within six 
weeks as a result of a permanent or temporary closure of all 
or some of the beds in the facility. 

12.10 A person shall be placed in category IB on the waiting list 
for a home if, 

(a) the person does not meet the requirements for placement in 
category I A; 

(b) the home is primarily engaged in serving the interests of 
persons of a particular religion, ethnic origin or linguistic 
origin; and 

(c) the person is of the religion, ethnic origin or linguistic origin 
primarily served by the home. 

12.11 (1) A person shall be placed in category 2 on the waiting 
list for a home if, 

(a) the person does not meet the requirements for placement in 
category lA or IB; and 

(b) the person occupies a bed in, 

(i) a hospital under the Public Hospitals Act or a private 
hospital licensed under the Private Hospitals Act, 



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(ii) a facility that is designated as a psychiatric facility under 
section 80.2 of the Mental Health Act and is not exempt 
under that section from the requirement to provide 
in-patient services in paragraph 1 of subsection 4 (1) of 
Regulation 741 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 
1 990 made under that Act, or 

(iii) a facility listed in Schedule 1 to Regulation 272 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the 
Developmental Services Act. 

(2) A [>erson shall be placed in category 2 on the waiting list for 
a home if, 

(a) the person does not meet the requirements for placement in 
category 1 A or IB; 

(b) the person is a long-stay resident of another home, an 
approved charitable home for the aged under the Charitable 
Institutions Act or a nursing home under the Nursing Homes 
Act; and 

(c) there will be no bed for the person in the facility within 16 
weeks as a result of a permanent or temporary closure of all 
or some of the beds in the facility. 

(3) A person shall be placed in category 2 on the waiting list for 
a home if, 

(a) the person does not meet the requirements for placement in 
category lAor IB; 

(b) the person was or is a long-stay resident of another home, an 
approved charitable home for the aged under the Charitable 
Institutions Act or a nursing home under the Nursing Homes 
Act; and 

(c) the person was or will be discharged from the facility, 

(i) because the facility cannot provide a sufficiently secure 
environment to ensure the safety of that person or the 
safety of persons who come into contact with that person, 
or 



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(ii) because of an absence for the purpose of receiving medi- 
cal or psychiatric care or undergoing medical or psychi- 
atric assessment. 



(4) A person shall be placed in category 2 on the waiting list for 
a home if, 

(a) the person does not meet the requirements for placement in 
category I A or IB; and 

(b) the person requires admission within three months because, 

(i) should there be any change in the person's condition or 
circumstances, the person would require immediate 
admission as a result of a crisis arising from the person's 
condition or circimistances, or 

(ii) attending to the person's care needs is jeopardizing the 
heahh and well-being of the person's caregiver. 

(5) A person shall be placed in category 2 on the waiting list for 
a home if, 

(a) the person does not meet the requirements for placement in 
category lA or IB; and 

(b) the person's Sfrause or partner is a long-stay resident of the 
home or neither the person nor his or her spouse or partner is 
a long-stay resident of the home but both wish to reside in the 
home. 

(6) If a person applies for authorization of his or her admission to 
a home, a nursing home under the Nursing Homes Act or an 



approved charitable home for the aged under the Charitable 
Institutions Act as a long-stay resident and a placement co-ordinator, 
with the consent of the person, authorizes the person's admission to 
a facility that is not the person's first choice, the person shall, if he 
or she wishes, be kept on the waiting lists for the person's preferred 
homes and shall be placed in category 2. 

12.12 Despite sections 12.9 to 12.1 1, a person shall be placed in 
the veteran category on the waiting list for a home if, 

(a) the home contains veterans' priority access beds; 

(b) the person has applied for authorization of his or her admis- 
sion to a veteran's priority access bed; and 

(c) the person is a veteran. 

12.13 Despite sections 12.9 to 12. 1 1, a person shall be placed in 
the exchange category on the waiting list for a home if, 

(a) the person, 

(i) occupies a bed in a hospital under the Public Hospitals 
Act or a private hospital licensed under the Private Hos- 
pitals Act, 

(ii) occupies a bed in a facility that is designated as a psychi- 
atric facility under section 80.2 of the Mental Health Act 
and is not exempt under that section from the require- 
ment to provide in-patient services in paragraph 1 of sub- 
section 4 (1) of Regulation 741 of the Revised Regula- 
tions of Ontario, 1990 made under that Act, 

(iii) occupies a bed in a facility listed in Schedule 1 to Regu- 
lation 272 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 
made imder the Developmental Services Act, or 

(iv) is a long-stay resident of another home, an approved 
charitable home for the aged under the Charitable Insti- 
tutions Act or a nursing home under the Nursing Homes 
Act; 

(b) the person is the subject of an agreement between the home 
to which the person seeks admission, at least one hospital or 
facility mentioned in subclause (a) (i), (ii) or (iii) and 
possibly one or more other hospitals, facilities or homes, to 
exchange identified residents or patients, in order to meet the 
specialized requirements of any of the exchanged residents or 
patients; and 

(c) the result of the exchange will be that the person will become 
a resident of the home to which the person seeks admission 
and a resident of the home will be discharged. 

12.14 Despite sections 12.9 to 12.11 and section 12.13 but sub- 
ject to section 12.12, a person shall be placed in the related tempo- 
rary home category on the waiting list for a home if, 

(a) the home is or will be a related temporary home; and 

(b) the person is a long-stay resident of the original home or was 
a long-stay resident of the original home immediately before 
the closure of his or her bed in the home. 

12.14.1 Despite sections 12.9 to 12.11 and section 12.13 but 
subject to section 12.12, a person shall be placed in the re-opened 
home category on the waiting list for a home if, 

(a) the home is or will be a re-opened home; and 

(b) the person is a long-stay resident of the original home or was 
a long-stay resident of the original home immediately before 
the temporary closure of his or her bed in the home. 



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12.14.2 Despite sections 12.9 to 12.11 and section 12.13 but 
subject to section 12.12, a person shall be placed in the replacement 
home category on the waiting list for a home if, 

(a) the home is or will be a replacement home; and 

(b) the person is a long-stay resident of the original home or was 
a long-stay resident of the original home immediately before 
the permanent closure of his or her bed in the home. 

12.14.3 A person shall be placed in category 3 on the waiting list 
for a home if the person does not meet the requirements for place- 
ment in any other category. 

12.14.4 (I) Sections 12.9 to 12.14.3 do not apply to a person 
applying for authorization of admission to a home as a short-stay 
resident in the respite care or supportive care program. 

(2) A person referred to in subsection (1) shall be placed in the 
short-stay category on the waiting list for the home. 

Ranking of Categories 

12.15 For each class of beds set out in a column of Table 4, the 
categories on the waiting list shall be ranked in the order set out in 
the rows below that class of beds, such that a category mentioned in 
a higher row ranks ahead of a category mentioned in a lower row. 

Ranking Within Categories 

12.16 (1) Within a waiting list category set out in Column 1 of 
Table 5, persons shall be ranked for admission in accordance with 
the rules set out opposite the category in Column 2 of Table 5. 

(2) If, within six weeks after making his or her first application 
for authorization of admission to one or more homes, nursing homes 
under the Nursing Homes Act or approved charitable homes for the 
aged under the Charitable Institutions Act as a long-stay resident, 
and before being admitted to one of such facilities, a person makes 
one or more additional applications for authorization of his or her 
admission to one or more homes as a long-stay resident, the addi- 
tional applications made within the six-week period shall, for the 
purpose of Table 5, be deemed to have been made at the time that 
the first application was niade. 

(3) If a person who was determined by a placement co-ordinator 
to be ineligible for admission to a home as a long-stay resident is 
determined to be eligible for admission as a long-stay resident as a 
result of an application to the Appeal Board under subsection 19.1 
(2) of the Act or an appeal to the Divisional Court under subsection 
19.4 (1) of the Act, and if the person then makes an application for 
authorization of his or her admission to one or more to one or more 
homes, approved charitable homes for the aged under the Charitable 
Institutions Act or nursing homes under the Nursing Homes Act or as 
a long-stay resident, 

(a) that application for authorization shall, for the purposes of 
Table 5, be deemed to have been made at the time that the 
placement co-ordinator determined that the person was ineli- 
gible for admission; and 

(b) all additional applications for authorization of admission to 
one or more homes as a long-stay resident, made by the per- 
son within six weeks after making the first application and 
before being admitted to one of such facilities shall, for the 
purpose of Table 5, be deemed to have been made at the time 
that the first application is deemed under clause (a) to have 
been made. 

(4) Despite subsection (2), if a person provides to the placement 
co-ordinator designated for a home under subsection 18(3) of the 
Act a new request for authorization of admission to the home under 
subsection 12.7(3) or (4) or 12.7.1 (2), the person shall, for the 
purpose of Table 5, be deemed to have applied for authorization of 



admission to the home at the time of the provision of the new 
request. 

12. (1) Subsection 12.19 (2) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(2) Clause 12.19 (4) (a) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out ''or subsection 12.7 (3)" at the end. 

(3) Clause 12.19 (4) (d) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "a home" at the end and substituting "the home". 

(4) Subsection 12.19 (5) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(5) Persons on a waiting list for interim beds for a home shall be 
ranked for admission according to the time at which they applied for 
authorization of their admission to an interim bed in that home. 

(6) Subsections 12.16 (2) and (3) apply with necessary modifica- 
tions to the ranking of persons on a waiting list for interim beds for 
a home. 

13. (1) Section 12.20 of the Regulation is amended by strik- 
ing out "12.14" and substituting "12.14.4". 

(2) Section 12.20 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(2) If a person who is on the waiting list for a home should be 
placed in a different category on the waiting list as a result of 
amendments made to this Regulation by Ontario Regulation 120/02, 
the placement co-ordinator keeping the waiting list shall place the 
person in the different category. 

14. (1) Subsection 12.21 (1) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "Subject to section 12.23" at the beginning and 
substituting "Subject to section 12.22". 

(2) Clauses 12.21 (1) (c), (d), (e) and (f) of the Regulation are 
revoked and the following substituted: 

(c) the home has available the class of accommodation for which 
the person is recorded to be waiting; 

(d) there is no one on the waiting list for the home who is 
recorded to be waiting for the class of accommodation that is 
available, who ranks ahead of the person, and whose 
admission may be authorized under this section; and 

(e) in the case of a person who is applying for authorization of , 
his or her admission to the home as a long-stay resident, the 
person agrees in writing with the municipality, municipalities 
or board maintaining and operating the home that, 

(i) the person will move into the home before noon of the 
fifth day following the day on which he or she is 
informed of the availability of accommodation in the 
home, 

(ii) if the person moves into the home before noon of the 
fifth day following the day on which he or she is 
informed of the availability of accommodation in the 
home, the person will pay, 

(A) for each day following the day on which the person 
is informed of the availability of accommodation in 
the home and preceding the day on which the 
person moves into the home, the amount that the 
municipality, municipalities or board, as the case 
may be, would have charged him or her for 
accommodation for that day had he or she been a 
long-stay resident lodged in the available 
accommodation on that day, and 



(B) if the person moves into the home on or after the 
third day following the day on which he or she is 
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the home, the daily bed-holding amount as 
determined under section 45 for each day from and 
including the second day following the day on 
which the person is informed of the availability of 
accommodation in the home and preceding the day 
on which the [>erson moves into the home, and 

(iii) if the person does not move into the home before noon of 
the fifth day following the day on which he or she is 
informed of the availability of accommodation in the 
home, the person will pay, 

(A) for each of the five days following the day on which 
the person is informed of the availability of accom- 
modation in the home, the amount that the munici- 
pality, municipalities or board, as the case may be, 
would have charged him or her for accommodation 
for that day had he or she been a long-stay resident 
lodged in the available accommodation on that day, 
and 

(B) for each of the second, third, fourth and fifth days 
following the day on which the person is informed 
of the availability of accommodation in the home, 
the daily bed-holding amount as determined under 

n section 45. 

(3) Subsection 12.21 (2) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(2) For the purposes of clauses (1) (c) and (d), the following are 
the classes of accommodation for which a person may be recorded 
to be waiting: 

1. Accommodation for a wotnan in a respite care or supportive 
care program. 

2. Accommodation for a man in a respite care or supportive 
care program. 

3. Basic accommodation for a woman other than in a respite 
care or supportive care program. 

4. Basic accommodation for a man other than in a respite care 
or supportive care program. 

5. Semi-private accommodation for a woman other than in a 
respite care or supportive care program. 

6. Semi-private accommodation for a man other than in a res- 
pite care or supportive care program. 

7. Private accommodation for a woman other than in a respite 
care or supportive care program. 

8. Private accommodation for a man other than in a respite care 
or supportive care program. 

(4) Subsection 12.21 (2.2) of the Regulation is revoked. 

(5) Subsection 12.21 (3) of the Regulation is amended by 
striking out "third" and substituting "fifth". 

(6) Section 12.21 of the Regulation is amended by adding the 
following subsection: 

(5) The municipality, municipalities or board maintaining and 
operating a home shall inform the placement co-ordinator desig- 
nated for the home under subsection 18 (3) of the Act of available 
accommodation in the home within 24 hours after the accommoda- 
tion becomes available. 

15. Clause 12.22 (b) of the Regulation is amended by striking 
out "category 1" and substituting "category lA". 

16. Subsection 12.24 (1) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 



( I ) The committee of management or the board, as the case may 
be, of a home shall keep a transfer list consisting of, 

(a) the names of the residents of the home who are requesting a 
transfer from preferred accommodation in the home to basic 
accommodation in the home; and 

(b) the names of the residents of the home who are requesting a 
transfer from private accommodation in the home to semi- 
private accommodation in the home. 

17. Clause 12.25 (2) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(a) the committee of management or the board is informed by 
the inter-disciplinary team providing the resident's care or, in 
the case of a resident who is absent from the home, by the 
resident's physician, that the home cannot provide a 
sufficiently secure environment to ensure the safety of the 
resident or the safety of persons who come into contact with 
the resident, and other arrangements are made to provide the 
accommodation, care and secure environment required by the 
resident; 

18. Section 12.26 of the Regulation is revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

1 2.26 ( I ) The committee of management or the board, as the 
case may be, of a home shall require the inter-disciplinary team 
providing a resident's care to inform the committee of management 
or the board if the team is of the opinion that the home cannot pro- 
vide a sufficiently secure environment to ensure the safety of the 
resident or the safety of persons who come into contact with the 
resident. 

(2) If the committee of management or the board, as the case 
may be, of a home is informed by the inter-disciplinary team provid- 
ing a resident's care that, in the opinion of the team, the home can- 
not provide a sufficiently secure environment to ensure the safety of 
the resident or the safety of persons who come into contact with the 
resident, the committee of management or the board shall ensure 
that arrangements are made for the resident to be admitted to a hos- 
pital or other facility better suited to provide the accommodation, 
care and secure environment required by the resident. 



19. 
tion: 



The Regulation is amended by adding the following sec- 



Closing of a Home 



12.27 (1) If the municipality, municipalities or board maintain- 
ing and operating a home intends or intend to close all or some of 
the beds in the home permanently or temporarily, the municipality, 
municipalities or board, as the case may be, shall, no later than 16 
weeks before the date of the closure, give written notice of that 
intention to, 

(a) the Director; 

(b) the administrator of the home; 

(c) the placement co-ordinator designated for the home under 
subsection 18 (3) of the Act; and 

(d) each resident who will be affected by the closure and the 
person who is lawfully authorized to make a decision on 
behalf of the resident concerning the resident's personal care. 

(2) Forthwith after receiving a notice under subsection (1), the 
placement co-ordinator shall contact each resident who will be 
affected by the closure and the person who is lawfully authorized to 
make a decision on behalf of the resident concerning the resident's 
personal care, in order to begin the process of authorizing the 
resident's admission to another home, a nursing home under the 
Nursing Homes Act or an approved charitable home for the aged 
under the Charitable Institutions Act. 



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20. The heading to Table 1 of the Regulation is revolted and 
the roliowing substituted: 

TABLE I 
SUBSIDY CALCULATION WORKSHEET 

2L The heading to Table 3 of the Regulation is revoked and 
the following substituted: 

TABLE 3 
RESIDENT PAYMENTS 

22. The Regulation is amended by adding the following 
Tables: 



TABLE 4 
RANKING OF WAITING LIST CATEGORIES 





Column I 


Column 2 


Column 3 


Column 4 


Column 5 


Column 6 


Class of Beds 


Beds in a related 
temporary home, 
other than 
veterans' priority 
access beds 


Beds in a 
re-opened home, 
other than 
veterans' priority 
access beds 


Beds in a 
replacement 
home, other than 
veterans' priority 
access beds 


Veterans' priority 
access beds in a 
home, other than 
a related 
temporary, 
re-opened or 
replacement home 


Veterans' priority 
access beds in a 
related temporary, 
re-opened or 
replacement home 


AH other beds 
in a home 


Waiting List 
Categories 


Related 
temporary 


Re-opened 


Replacement 


Veteran 


Veteran 


Exchange 


Exchange 


Exchange 


Exchange 


Exchange 


Related 
temporary, 
re-opened or 
replacement, as 
applicable 


lA 


lA 


lA 


lA 


lA 


Exchange 


IB 


IB 


IB 


IB 


IB 


lA 


2 


2 


2 


2 


2 


IB 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 












3 





TABLES 
RULES FOR RANKING WITHIN CATEGORIES 



Item 


Column I 


Column 2 


Category 


Rules 


I. 


Related temporary, 
re-opened and 
replacement home 


Persons shall be ranked according to the date of their admission to the original home. 


2. 


Veteran 


(a) Veterans who require immediate admission as a result of a crisis arising from their condition or 
circumstances shall rank ahead of all other veterans. 

(b) As among themselves, veterans who require immediate admission as a result of a crisis arising 
from their condition or circumstances shall be ranked according to the urgency of their need for 
admission. 

(c) Veterans who do not require immediate admission as a result of a crisis arising from their con- 
dition or circumstances but are continuum of care applicants on the waiting list for the continuum 
of care home shall rank ahead of all other veterans who do not require immediate admission as a 
result of a crisis arising from their condition or circumstances. 

(d) As among themselves, veterans who do not require immediate admission as a result of a crisis 
arising from their condition or circumstances but are continuum of care applicants shall be ranked 
according to the time at which they applied for authorization of their admission to the home. 

(e) As among themselves, veterans who do not require immediate admission as a result of a crisis 
arising from their condition or circumstances and are not continuum of care applicants shall be 
ranked according to the time at which they applied for authorization of their admission to the 
home. 


3. 


lA 


Persons shall be ranked according to the urgency of their need for admission. 



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Item 


Column 1 


Column 2 


Category 


Rules 


4. 


All categories, 
other than those in 
items 1,2, 3 and 5 


(a) Persons who are continuum of care applicants on the waiting list for the continuum of care 
home shall rank ahead of all other persons in the same category. 

(b) As among themselves, persons in the same category who are continuum of care applicants shall 
be ranked according to the time at which they applied for authorization of their admission to the 
home. 

(c) As among themselves, persons in the same category who are not continuum of care applicants 
shall be ranked according to the time at which they applied for authorization of their admission to 
the home. 


5. 


Short-stay 


Persons shall be ranked according to the time at which they applied for authorization of their 
admission to the home. 



23. This Regulation comes into force on May 1, 2002. 
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ONTARIO REGULATION 121/02 

made under the 
NURSING HOMES ACT 

; Made: Match 20, 2002 

Filed: March 28, 2002 

Amending Reg. 832 of R.R.O. 1990 
(General) 

Regulation 832 has previously been amended. Those 
amendments are listed in the Table of Regulations pub- 
lished in The Ontario Gazette dated January 19, 2002. 



1. (1) Subsection 1 (1) of Regulation 832 of the Revised 
Regulations of Ontario, 1990 is amended by adding the follow- 
ing definitions: 

"continuum of care applicant", in relation to a continuum of care 
nursing home, means a person who resides in a project set out 
opposite the nursing home in Column 2 of the Continuum of Care 
Facilities Table and has resided there as of a date earlier than July 
1, 1994; 

"Continuum of Care Facilities Table" means the table published by 
the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care that is titled "Con- 
tinuum of Care Facilities Table" and that is dated October 24, 
1996; 

"continuum of care nursing home" means a nursing home set out in 
Column 1 of the Continuum of Care Facilities Table; 

"interim bed" means a bed that exists in a nursing home for a tem- 
porary period of time under the terms of a service agreement for 
interim beds; 

(2) The definitions of "private room" and "registered nurse" 
in subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation are revoked and the follow- 
ing substituted: 

"private room" means a room with one bed, other than, 

(a) a room with one bed that is part of a semi-private room 
described in clause (b) of the definition of "semi-private 
room", or ' 

(b) a room that is designated by a licensee as a standard room; 



"registered nurse" means a member of the College of Nurses of 
Ontario who holds a certificate of registration as a registered 
nurse under the Nursing Act, J 991; 

(3) The definition of "registered practical nurse" in subsec- 
tion 1 (1) of the Regulation is amended by striking out "person 
holding" and substituting "member of the College of Nurses of 
Ontario who holds". 

(4) Subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following definitions: 

"related temporary approved charitable home for the aged" has the 
same meaning as in Regulation 69 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 made under the Charitable Institutions Act; 

"related temporary home" has the same meaning as in Regulation 
637 of the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the 
Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act; 

"related temporary nursing home" means, where all or some of the 
beds in a nursing home are to be temporarily or permanently 
closed, another nursing home, if any, that is operated by the same 
licensee and is to provide beds to residents of the original nursing 
home on a temporary basis until beds in the re-opened nursing 
home or replacement nursing home are available for those resi- 
dents; 

"re-opened approved charitable home for the aged" has the same 
meaning as in Regulation 69 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1 990 made under the Charitable Institutions Act; 

"re-opened home" has the same meaning as in Regulation 637 of the 
Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the Homes for 
the Aged and Rest Homes Act; 

"re-opened nursing home" means, where all or some of the beds in a 
nursing home are to be temporarily closed, the same nursing 
home once those beds are re-opened; 

"replacement approved charitable home for the aged" has the same 
meaning as in Regulation 69 of the Revised Regulations of 
Ontario, 1990 made under the Charitable Institutions Act; 

"replacement home" has the same meaning as in Regulation 637 of 
the Revised Regulations of Ontario, 1990 made under the Homes 
for the Aged and Rest Homes Act; 

"replacement nursing home" means, where all or some of the beds 
in a nursing home are to be permanently closed, the new nursing 
home, if any, to be operated by the same licensee and to serve as 



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a replacement for the beds being closed in the original nursing 
home; 

(5) The definition of "semi-private room" in subsection 1 (1) 
of the Regulation is revoked and the following substituted: 

"semi-private room" means, 

(a) a room with two beds, other than a room that is designated by 
a licensee as a standard room, or 

(b) a room with one bed that is joined to another room with one 
bed by a washroom shared by both rooms, other than a room 
that is designated by a licensee as a standard room; 

(6) Subsection 1 (1) of the Regulation is amended by adding 
the following definition: 

"veterans' priority access bed" means a bed that has been designated 
as a veteran's priority access bed under section 20.3 of the Act. 

2. Clauses 7 (b) and (c) of the Regulation are revoked and the 
following substituted: 

(b) to facilitate the admission to the nursing home of residents of 
any facility which is closing all or some of its beds perma- 
nently or temporarily; 

(c) to facilitate the admission to the nursing home of a person 
who requires immediate admission as a result of a crisis aris- 
ing from the person's condition or circumstances; 

3. Clause 48 (2) (a) of the Regulation is revoked and the fol- 
lowing substituted: 

(a) the licensee is informed by the inter-disciplinary team 
providing the resident's care or, in the case of a resident who 
is absent from the nursing home, by the resident's physician, 
that the nursing home cannot provide a sufficiently secure 
environment to ensure the safety of the resident or the safety 
of persons who come into contact with the resident, and other 
arrangements are made to provide the accommodation, care 
and secure environment required by the resident; 

4. Section 49 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

49. (1) A licensee of a nursing home shall require the inter- 
disciplinary team providing a resident's care to inform the licensee 
if the team is of the opinion that the nursing home cannot provide a 
sufficiently secure environment to ensure the safety of the resident 
or the safety of persons who come into contact with the resident. 

(2) If a licensee of a nursing home is informed by the inter- 
disciplinary team providing a resident's care that, in the opinion of 
the team, the nursing home cannot provide a sufficiently secure 
environment to ensure the safety of the resident or the safety of 
persons who come into contact with the resident, the licensee shall 
ensure that arrangements are made for the resident to be admitted to 
a hospital or other facility better suited to provide the accommoda- 
tion, care and secure environment required by the resident. 

5. Section 86 of the Regulation is revoked and the following 
substituted: 

86. (I) A licensee of a nursing home who intends to close all or 
some of the beds in the home permanently or temporarily shall, no 
later than 16 weeks before the date of the closure, give written 
notice of the licensee's intention to, 

(a) the Director; 

(b) the administrator of the nursing home; 

(c) the placement co-ordinator designated for the nursing home 
under subsection 20.1 (3) of the Act; and 



(d) each resident who will be affected by the closure and the 
person who is lawfully authorized to make a decision on 
behalf of the resident concerning the resident's personal care. 

(2) Forthwith after receiving a notice under subsection (1), the 
placement co-ordinator shall contact each resident who will be 
affected by the closure and the person who is lawfiilly authorized to 
make a decision on behalf of the resident concerning the resident's 
personal care, in order to begin the process of authorizing the 
resident's admission to another nursing home, an approved 
charitable home for the aged under the Charitable Institutions Act or 
a home under the Homes for the Aged and Rest Homes Act. 

6. The Regulation is amended by adding the following sec- 
tion: 

Information 

128.1 When a person who wishes to seek admission to a nursing 
home contacts a placement co-ordinator, the placement co-ordinator 
shall provide the person with information a